August 22, 2014
Central Florida gets a boost from SunRail

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SunRail (open for a preview) is helping to spur development in central Florida.

Florida's 2014 Economic Yearbook

Central Florida gets a boost from SunRail

In Depth: Central Florida by the numbers

Jerry Jackson | 3/31/2014

The arrival of SunRail train service is the story of the year for Orlando and Orange County, with its impact felt throughout central Florida. The new option in urban transit for more than 2 million area residents is redefining local transportation and spurring development along the north-south corridor parallel to Interstate 4. Companies to watch include: Darden Restaurants; Lockheed Martin; Disney; Universal Studios; and SeaWorld. Also, highlights from Lake Mary/Sanford/Seminole County; Kissimmee/Osceola County; and Lake County.

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