SunRail Photo Gallery
SunRail crews rebuilt the rail crossing at Columbia Street after realigning the railroad tracks adjacent to the Orlando Amtrak station.
Work on the interior of the SunRail Operations and Control Center (OCC) in Sanford has begun as crews install walls for offices, ducts, and electrical and communications conduits.
Platforms at the Longwood SunRail begin to take shape as crews put up the wooden which will define the shape of the platform.
FDOT District Five Secretary Noranne Downs, P.E., Volusia County Council Chairman Frank Bruno and SunRail Project Manager Tawny Olore, P.E. enjoy the SunRail Sneak Peek Ride festivities at the Kissimm
Amtrak train arrives for SunRail Sneak Peek ride hosted by the Orlando Regional Realtors Association
A new SunRail station platform starts to take shape next to the iconic LYNX Central Station in downtown Orlando. Crews are laying out the forms for the station platform foundation.
The SunRail Church Street station is under construction south of South Street, adjacent to the Orlando City Hall parking lot.
LYNX helped celebrate the official start of SunRail construction by displaying its specially painted tandem bus. The bus is painted to look like a SunRail locomotive.
Members of the Central Florida Commuter Rail Commission joined the Federal Transit Administration Regional Administrator for Region 4 Yvette Taylor, Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Anan
U.S. Representatives Corinne Brown and John Mica celebrate the beginning of SunRail construction at the groundbreaking event Jan. 27, 2012. They were among more than 500 who turned out at the site of
The rollers of the rail unloader ramp car carefully supported and guided the 30-ton rails off the train and on to the ground. The new rails were delivered December 2011 and will be used to build a sec
SunRail accepts delivery of its first new rails December 2011. Each piece of rail was 1,600’ long and weighed more than 30 tons. The rail, to be used to lay a second set of tracks along much of
Contractors remove vegetation from alongside the SunRail corridor to make room for the second set of tracks. The clearing and grubbing work began in the DeBary area and crews are working southward fro
Working in the shadow of the Florida Power and Light DeBary power plant, SunRail contractors prepare the ground for the installation of a second set of tracks.
Crews complete installation of a second set of tracks at the Barwick Road crossing in DeBary. SunRail contractors will be improving crossings throughout the SunRail corridor, including adding a second
SunRail crews are also responsible for routine maintenance on SunRail’s 61.5 miles of railroad. This tamping machine is used to correct the alignment of the rails to make them parallel and level
The concrete footers for the SunRail platforms are cured to prevent them from getting brittle. As soon as they are ready, crews will build forms and pour the concrete for the platforms.
Safety is very important to SunRail, and Operation Lifesaver helps communicate rail safety to pedestrians and drivers. SunRail contractors are working with groups throughout the area to spread the wor
New segments of track to be used at crossings are first built alongside the existing tracks, then lifted into place after the ground is cleared and ready. Crews then insert crossing panels to smooth t
FDOT District Five Secretary Noranne Downs, Orlando District 3 Commissioner Robert Stuart, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Lake Mary City Commissioner Jo Ann Lucarelli help cut the ribbon at the SunRail
Concrete is poured into the forms for the SunRail station platforms. The platforms are being built adjacent to the SunRail tracks at the 12 stations in Phase 1.
Once the ties are laid, the rail is placed on top with plates keeping the rail in place and spikes holding it all together. Once completed, this second set of tracks will allow SunRail trains to trave
Workers lay down railroad ties alongside the existing tracks in the SunRail corridor. The ties will be part of the second set of tracks that will laid through much of the SunRail corridor.