Wednesday, August 22, 2007
LYNX is a bus system run by the Central Florida Regional Transit Authority, serving the Orlando area. Standard (Adult) one-way fare is $1.50 with free single transfers. LYNX runs the free Lymmo bus in downtown Orlando, connecting many downtown destinations to parking and the new LYNX Central Station, along a fully separate right-of-way. All LYNX buses except for the Lymmo have bike racks
The Central Florida Regional Transit Authority was formed in May 1972 under the name Orange-Seminole-Osceola Transportation Authority. The bus service was originally named Tri-County Transit, or TCT for short. The authority changed its name in 1994. The name LYNX was chosen in a public naming contest that same year.
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