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Public Transportation to WDW

Public transit serving Walt Disney World and beyond…

The Central Florida area (Sanford-Winter Park-Orlando-Kissimmee) is served by a bus system—LYNX. Visit their website at http://www.golynx.com/ for schedules, up to date routes and pricing information. There are two lines that service Walt Disney World and connect to downtown where you can transfer to other lines to reach other destinations.

There are two primary lines, 50 & 56 as well as seeral other ones, so visit the website for full details.

Line 50 from/to Downtown Orlando has stops at the Transportation and Ticket Cetner (Magic Kingdom) and at Disney Springs. From there you can transfer to other Walt Disney World Transportation as needed to reach the parks or Disney Resorts.

Line 56 from/to Kissimmee also has a Transportation and Ticket Center stop.

You can pay per trip, per day or per week.

This information is provided by a Tony Louey, a guest tributor -

If you come from air…

A. From Orlando International Airport (MCO): 11, 41, 42, and 51

To downtown (Central Station): 11 or 51

Consider the shopping mall is your meal stop, just check the schedules, it’s painless to transfer between buses.

41 travels along Semoran Blvd (State Route 436), while 42 also goes to Prime Outlets and Premium Outlets.

B. From Orlando-Sanford International Airport (SFB): 33

33 to Seminole Centre, 39 to Downtown Orlando (and transfer to other buses to your hotel)

Make sure you confirm which airport you will be landing at!

If you come from the train or Greyhound bus…

C. From Amtrak Orlando station: 40 goes to downtown or Universal Orlando.

D. From Greyhound Orlando station: Get to Orlando station. 48, 49 go to downtown. 30 travels along Colonial Drive.

E. From Amtrak Kissimmee station: 4 to Osceola Square Mall, 55

F. From Greyhound Kissimmee station: same as above.

All you have to remember is, every 30 minutes, 7 days a week, 50 and 56 will take you to World Disney World Transportation Center! Hope on the bus, sit back, relax, watch Transit TV, and enjoy the ride! Many visitors ride the LYNX, what are you waiting for?

Last updated: Oct 2017