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Lynx Bus Orlando

LYNX Bus Orlando

LYNX is Central Florida's bus system. Operated by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority, LYNX is one of the least expensive ways to get around for both locals and visitors in Orlando.

LYNX bus stops are marked with a pink "bus'' or "paw" print and include the route numbers served at that stop. Buses run in 15, 30 and 60-minute intervals, depending on location. LYNX also operates LYMMO, a free circulator bus in Downtown Orlando with 21 stops reaching from the Amway Arena to City Hall. LYMMO buses run every five to 10 minutes.

All links are wheelchair accessible.
Children 6 years and under ride free (limit 3) when accompanied by an adult passenger.


LYNX Bus Fares and Passes

2017 Orlando Bus Fares

Have exact fare ready. Bus operators cannot make change and no change can be returned. Only one-dollar and five-dollar bills are accepted.

Single Ride - $2.00
with LYNX discount fare ID $1.00

Bus Transfers

Transfer - FREE
LYNX Transfers are FREE! Ask the Operator for a transfer when boarding.
Transfers are limited to 90 minutes and apply to all riders.
Make sure to check for the time expiration stamped on the back of the transfer ticket.
Transfers are not valid on the same link or for round trip purposes.
Transfers are not necessary for pass users.
Note: You cannot use a transfer on Xpress routes.



LYNX Bus Passes

Lynx All-Day Pass - $4.50
with LYNX discount fare ID $2.25

Lynx All-Day passes are only available by request from the Bus Operator when boarding. Remember to tell the bus operator that you want an All-Day pass before you put money in the farebox.
All-Day Passes are valid from 4:00 a.m. on the date issued until 3:00 a.m. on the following day.

Lynx 7-Day Pass - $16.00
7-Day Passes are activated upon first use and valid for 7 days (ends at midnight of the seventh day).

Lynx 30-Day Pass - $50.00
30-Day Passes are activated upon first use and valid for 30 days (ends at midnight of the thirtieth day).

Note: Links 208, 416, and 427 observe a different fare structure. Please see individual Link schedules for more information.

If you are wondering where to buy Lynx Bus Pass on International Drive and surrounding vicinity, click here.

Lynx Buses Passes - All other locations
Links Bus Orlando Discount fare are also available online. Visit for more information.




Free Wifi onboard LYNX Buses

LYNX Bus Free Wi Fi

LYNX Buses Now Offer Free Wi Fi

To connect, make sure Wi-Fi has been turned on your device's settings, select "LYNX-Bus WIFI", accept the terms and conditions, and then enjoy free Wi-Fi during the ride. "LYNX-Bus WIFI" does not require a password.

LYNX Bus Schedule Orlando

  • Universal Studios Orlando
    Universal Orlando is serviced by Links 21, 37 and 40
  • SeaWorld Orlando
    SeaWorld is serviced by Links 8, 50 , 111, 38 and NeighborLink 641
  • Walt Disney World Resort
    Walt Disney World Resort is serviced by Links 50, and 56
  • Orange County Convention Center
    Orange County Convention Center is serviced by Links 8, 38, 42, 58 and 111
Hotel Reviews


Orlando NeighborLink

Orlando Attractions


LYNX Bus Service from Orlando International Airport to

Lynx Orlando Transit Authority provides bus service from Orlando International Airport to Downtown Orlando. Buses are available on Level 1 of the airport's main terminal on the B Side at commercial lane spaces B12-14. Expect your ride to Downtown Orlando to take 40 minutes and your ride to International Drive to be about 60 minutes. Fare cost is $2.00 per person.

Airport Hotels $2 Lake Buena Vista $2
International Drive $2 (Approx. 60 mins) Kissimmee $2
Downtown Orlando $2 (Approx. 40 mins) Disney - Maingate $4
Winter Park / Maitland $2 Walt Disney World $4 (Approx. 75 mins)


LYNX FastLink

  • Travels between LYNX Central Station (LCS) in downtown Orlando and the LYNX Kissimmee Intermodal Station. Stopping Orange Blossom Trail and Holden Avenue, Florida Mall SuperStop, Central Florida Parkway (near Costco), Main Street and Vine Street.
  • Meadow Woods/Lake Nona (Orange County)

    FastLink 418 will connect The Florida Mall to Lake Nona's Medical City by way of the Sand Lake SunRail Station and the Meadow Woods Community.

  • Downtown Orlando / Medical City (Orange County) – Operates Monday - Saturday between LYNX Central Station and the new Orlando VA Medical Center in Lake Nona. This link travels along SRs 408 and 417 providing minimal stops between Florida Hospital East, Nemours Children's Hospital, UCF College of Medicine, the University of Florida Research and Academic Center, Sanford Burnham Research Institute and the Orlando VA Medical Center.
  • Downtown Kissimmee / Medical City / Orlando International Airport (Orange County/Osceola County) – FastLink 407 operates Monday - Saturday between the LYNX Kissimmee Intermodal Station and the Orlando VA Medical Center in Lake Nona. Servicing Buenaventura Lakes, downtown Kissimmee, Nemours Children's Hospital, Orlando International Airport, UCF College of Medicine, the University of Florida Research and Academic Center, Sanford Burnham Research Institute and the Orlando VA Medical Center.

Lynx Bus Service to Orlando Attractions

Destination Serviced by
Florida Mall Links 7, 37, 42, 107, 108 & 111
Mall at Millenia Links 24 & 40
Orlando Premium Outlet Link 8
Premium Outlet International Drive Links 8, 24 & 42
Orlando International Airport Links 11, 41, 42, 51 & 111
Orange County Convention Center Links 8, 38, 42, 58 & 111
International Drive Links 8, 38, 42, 50, 58 & 111
SeaWorld Orlando Links 8, 38, 50,111 & NeighborLink 641
Universal Orlando Links 21, 37 & 40
Walt Disney World Resort Links 50, & 56
Wet'n Wild Links 42
Old Town in Kissimmee Links 55 & 56
Gatorland Link 108
Orlando Science Center Link 125
Orlando Museum of Art Link 125
Amway Center Links 20, 36 and LYMMO

** Click on the Lynx Bus routes in the right column for a full schedule

Taking LYNX from Orlando International Airport

Located on the A-side of the Main Terminal, on the Ground Transportation Level (Level 1), at Commercial Lane spaces A38-A41

Downtown Orlando

(Approximately 40 minutes)
Lynx bus 11 departs via Orange Avenue at 5:56 to 23:57 (5:56 to 21:57 on Saturdays, and 6:27 to 20:27 Sundays and holidays)
Lynx bus 51 departs via Conway at 5:38 to 21:37 (5:20 to 20:22 on Sundays and holidays)

International Drive

(Approximately 60 minutes)
Lynx bus 42 departs at 6:00 to 22:30 (6:30 to 21:30 on Sundays and holidays)

SunRail Connections

LYNX SunRail Station Connections

DeBary Station Winter Park Station
Sanford Station Florida Hospital Health Village Station
Lake Mary Station Lynx Central Station
Longwood station Church Street Station
Altamonte Springs Station Orlando Health Station
Maitland Station Sand Lake Rd. Station

Other Frequently Asked Questions


How do I get to Orlando Greyhound Station from Orlando International Airport

Take Lynx 11 or Lynx 51 from Orlando Airport to Lynx Central Station then connect to Lynx bus 25 to greyhound Station Orlando. The Orlando Greyhound station is approximately 13 miles from Orlando International Airport.

How do I get to Orlando Amtrak Station from Orlando International Airport

Take Lynx 11 or Lynx 51 from Orlando Airport to Lynx Central Station then connect to Lynx bus 40 to Orlando Amtrak Station. The Amtrak station is approximately 12 miles from Orlando International Airport

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