Getting Around Orlando
Serving the popular attractions in the International Drive Resort Area of Orlando, the I-Ride Trolley is a bus service, with its vehicles dressed up like tram cars. There are 2 routes – the Red Line servicing International Drive itself and the Green Line covering Universal Boulevard. There are over 100 stops, with the year-round service running at 20-minute intervals from 8 am to 10:30 pm. The fare is $2 for adults, 25¢ for seniors and $1 for children 3-9. Younger children ride free, making it one of the cheapest and most convenient methods of getting between attractions. Riders can also purchase unlimited ride passes.
LYMMO Downtown Circulator
The LYMMO service, provided by LYNX, is a free circular route around downtown Orlando, with four routes and 21 stops from the Amway Arena to City Hall. Buses run every 5 minutes between 9 am and 5 pm and every 10 minutes in the evenings.
The main Central Florida bus system is known as the LYNX bus and is one of the cheapest methods of getting around Orlando. There are about 60 routes, each costing $2 per ride, with discount passes also available. Buses run at 15-minute, 30-minute and 60-minute intervals, with their stops marked with pink bus symbols or paw prints.