Construction Overview

Downtown Orlando's newest bus rapid transit line, the LYMMO Lime Line has begun construction. Lime Line will increase mobility in Orlando's urban core by adding nine stops and 2.1 miles of expanded, free transportaion service that connects the Parramore and Callahan neighborhoods to the Central Business District, SunRail, U.S. Courthouse, FAMU College of Law, State Office Complex, Amway Center and the Creative Village.

The 2.1 mile BRT expansion will impact Amelia Street and Central, Division, Garland and Hughy Avenues. However, the majority of construction activity will occur at Livingston Street and Terry Avenue. Improvements will include the addition of new stops, shelters, and kiosks. Public infrastructure improvements within the Creative Village site will include new roads, signals, street lights, water, sewer, drainage, electrical, signage, streetscape and hardscape improvements.

 

Updates: March, 2016

 For photos of the latest construction activity CLICK HERE

 

Updates: November - December, 2015

For construction updates please CLICK HERE to view the November - December edition of the Lymmo Parramore BRT Construction Newsletter. For photos of the latest construction activity CLICK HERE

 

Updates: September - October, 2015

For construction updates please CLICK HERE to view the September - October edition of the Lymmo Parramore BRT Construction Newsletter.

 

Updates: July, 2015

Construction activities at the project site are on-going and have included the survey of right-of-ways, selective demolition and site balancing. The expansion and realignment of both Livingston Street and Terry Avenue is set to commence. Photographs below depict the LYMMO Lime Line Project Site,  Phase 1 of the Terry Avenue Expansion / Livingston Street Realignment and Project Site Balancing Activities.

ABOVE: LYMMO Lime Line Project Site

ABOVE: Phase 1 of the Terry Avenue Expansion / Livingston Street Realignment

ABOVE: Project Site Balancing Activities

 

The Schedule

Construction on the LYMMO Lime Line is scheduled to commence in the 2nd Quarter of 2015 and be operational in the 3rd Quarter of 2016.

 

Proposed Operational Hours

Once operational in late 2016, Lime Line will move 1,500 passengers a day. The system will operate in 10 minute service intervals during peak hours and 15 minute service intervals in off-peak hours during evenings and weekends.

 

Monday – Thursday:   6 AM – 9:45 PM
Friday:                          6 AM – 12 AM
Saturday:                    10 AM – 12 AM
Sunday:                      10 AM – 10 PM

*Hours may be extended due to special events.