Votran has made several route and time changes to provide feeder service to the DeBary SunRail station.
Four buses will transport riders to and from the SunRail station from 4:15 to 9 a.m. and 3:15 to 8:30 p.m. weekdays. SunRail 30 and 32 will operate using existing Votran bus stops. SunRail 31 and 33 are express routes with limited stops.
SunRail 30 will serve DeLand, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92 from the DeLand Intermodal Transportation Facility to the DeBary SunRail station. This route will stop at established Votran bus stops.
SunRail 31 will serve DeLand, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92, from Northgate Shopping Plaza with limited stops.
SunRail 32 will serve Deltona, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92 and Saxon, Providence and Howland boulevards. This route will stop at established Votran bus stops.
SunRail 33 will serve Deltona, Orange City and DeBary via U.S. Highway 17-92 and Saxon, Providence and Howland boulevards from Dupont Lakes Shopping Center with limited stops.
“We are excited about starting this new feeder service, said Votran General Manager Steve Sherrer. “At the same time, we are expecting that there will be some learning and adjustments during the first months of operation.”
• The last day of service for the Route 200/West Volusia Express was April 30. Riders are encouraged to use SunRail for their commutes. The Saxon Boulevard Park and Ride lot will be served by SunRail routes 32 and 33; however, the bus will no longer travel into the parking lot. Service will be provided on Saxon Boulevard.
• Route 60 will provide a 5:15 a.m. outbound trip from International Speedway Boulevard at Midway Avenue with a stop at 5:20 a.m. on International Speedway Boulevard at Tomoka Farms Road. The bus will arrive in DeLand at 5:40 a.m. at the International Speedway Boulevard stop at Northgate at 5:40 a.m., then continue to the northbound Route 24. The Northgate transfer point will be moved to the east side of Amelia Avenue just south of Old Daytona Road in early May. Riders will be notified onboard of the exact date.
Votran riders can visit www.votran.org and click the “subscribe” button to receive timely notices about future changes. The website also provides up-to-date alerts and real-time bus information.