SunRail is a 48.9-mile commuter rail system in Central Florida. The 32-mile first phase of SunRail, which opened in 2014, serves 12 stations and link DeBary to Sand Lake Road, south of Orlando. Phase II South, which opened in 2018, serves 4 additional stations, south to Poinciana. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is continuing to review funding options for Phase II North, which will add an additional 12 miles of track and connect DeBary to DeLand. The DeBary SunRail station has approximately 300 parking spaces and a bus and passenger drop-off area.
SunRail trains run approximately every 30 minutes during the peak commuting hours, and less frequently during the middays and evenings. Trains run Monday-Friday only. Visit the SunRail website for train schedules: www.sunrail.com
Votran Routes Connecting to DeBary SunRail Station:
Votran provides feeder bus service to the DeBary SunRail station. Three feeder bus routes, funded by FDOT, serve the SunRail station in DeBary: Routes 31, 32, and 33. These routes operate Monday-Friday during SunRail's peak hours only. These routes also connect with Park & Ride locations in DeLand and Orange City. To view a consolidated map and schedule brochure of the routes serving the DeBary SunRail Station, click here. Schedules vary by route, so be sure to check the schedule of the route you need.
- Route 31 serves DeLand, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92, from Amelia Superstop at Northgate Shopping Plaza.
- Route 32 serves Deltona, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92, Saxon, Normandy and Deltona boulevards, from Deltona Plaza.
- Route 33 serves Deltona, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92, Saxon, Providence and Howland boulevards, from Dupont Lakes Shopping Center.
For more information about SunRail, please call SunRail Customer Service at (386) 724-5411 or visit www.sunrail.com.