LYNX Launches New Route Connecting Disney Springs to Orlando International Airport

Shannen Ace

Disney Springs water tower against cloudy sky

LYNX Launches New Route Connecting Disney Springs to Orlando International Airport

LYNX has launched a new route connecting Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Disney Springs.

LYNX Route From MCO to Disney Springs

LYNX 311 route from Disney Springs to MCO

Link 311 replaces Link 111. It runs from MCO’s Terminal A to Disney Springs with stops at the Sand Lake Road SunRail Station, Florida Mall Superstop, Universal Boulevard, International Drive, and Destination Parkway Superstop.

The route has a $2 fare and takes about one hour one way. It runs every 30 minutes in both directions from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. 7 days a week.

LYNX will spend $3.5 million on the new route, paid for by Orange County taxpayers through the Accelerated Transportation Safety Program.

LYNX spokesperson Matt Friendman told Click Orlando that Link 311 is a “great route for anyone wanting to have an express type route from OIA to Disney Springs.”

Walt Disney World recently stated they would be open to a SunRail train station at Disney Springs. Brightline proposed a station in 2019 but plans changed and the station was canceled in 2022.

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