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SUNRAIL

GEC is proud to be a member of the design team for SunRail, the first FDOT commuter rail transit system in Central Florida.  GEC provided geotechnical engineering and environmental contamination assessment for SunRail Phase I, which included a 31-mile alignment and 12 stations linking Debary to south Orlando. SunRail Phase II is comprised of an additional 30 miles of alignment with 5 additional stations, extending the rail system north to Deland and south to Poinciana.

SunRail is expected to move as many people as one lane of I-4 during peak travel times (about 2,000 cars per hour) at a cost that is much less than building one lane of I-4 through Orlando’s urban corridor.

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SUNRAIL

GEC is proud to be a member of the design team for SunRail, the first FDOT commuter rail transit system in Central Florida.  GEC provided geotechnical engineering and environmental contamination assessment for SunRail Phase I, which included a 31-mile alignment and 12 stations linking Debary to south Orlando. SunRail Phase II is comprised of an additional 30 miles of alignment with 5 additional stations, extending the rail system north to Deland and south to Poinciana.

SunRail is expected to move as many people as one lane of I-4 during peak travel times (about 2,000 cars per hour) at a cost that is much less than building one lane of I-4 through Orlando’s urban corridor.


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