Published at: 2015-08-19 09:57 | Author: David Karch
SunRail recently received positive news when the federal government stated it would release $40m of its $93m commitment by the end of the summer for phase two of the SunRail line.
The second phase, a $186m investment, will extend the line 17.2 miles from the southernmost station at Sand Lake Road in Orange County to Poinciana in Osceola County. Four additional stations: Meadow Woods, Tupperware, Kissimmee Amtrak and Poinciana will be built, presenting developers with plenty of transportation oriented development opportunities (TOD).

The federal government will kick in 50 percent of the total project costs, with the state funding 25 percent, and local funds covering the...

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