Saturday, October 11, 2014

Support expanded SunRail service by riding on the Columbus Day Holiday

This Monday, Columbus Day, presents a unique opportunity to show how much we want to see SunRail run on weekends and late-night hours.

Usually SunRail does not run on federal holiday, but it will be running on Columbus Day (Oct. 13, 2014) when many people have the day off from work. This is a great opportunity to get out there and ride and check out some of the places you can visit on The Rail – from bicycle trails near the DeBary station to shopping and dining on Fourth Street in Lake Mary, going to some of our great museums in Loch Haven Park at the Florida Hospital stop. Honestly, every stop on SunRail is unique and worth exploring.

This is an opportunity that may not come around for a long time. It’s time for us – the SunRail riders – to put up or shut up.

Lately some people have been clucking over some declines in SunRail ridership. Those of us who ride The Rail on a regular basis understand how important SunRail is to the future and prosperity of our community.

We need to demonstrate our support by getting out there and riding. And get our friends and neighbors to ride, too. We want to see SunRail reach its full potential – with weekend and late-night service. Ride on Monday to show what SunRail means to this community.
Please click here to watch an important video, and share this link with your friends.

We’ll be riding Monday, and if you see founder David Porter, please be sure to say hello and he’ll have a special gift for you.

See you on The Rail.

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