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LYNX ORANGE, LIME & GRAPEFRUIT LINES BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT)

GEC provided geotechnical engineering services for North America’s first BRT project, Downtown Orlando’s Lynx Lymmo, now called the Orange Line, which launched in 1997.  Most recently, GEC provided geotechnical engineering for the design-build teams that will expand Lymmo service in Orlando.

The Lymmo Parramore BRT, or Lime Line, will include a 2.1 mile extension through the historic Callahan and Parramore neighborhoods, and will also serve the planned Creative Village.

The Lymmo East-West BRT, or Grapefruit Line, will connect key destinations west of the I-4 Orlando urban core with Thornton Park to the east.  The expanded Lymmo routes will serve Lynx Central Station and SunRail, Central Florida’s commuter rail transit system.

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LYNX ORANGE, LIME & GRAPEFRUIT LINES BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT)

GEC provided geotechnical engineering services for North America’s first BRT project, Downtown Orlando’s Lynx Lymmo, now called the Orange Line, which launched in 1997.  Most recently, GEC provided geotechnical engineering for the design-build teams that will expand Lymmo service in Orlando.

The Lymmo Parramore BRT, or Lime Line, will include a 2.1 mile extension through the historic Callahan and Parramore neighborhoods, and will also serve the planned Creative Village.

The Lymmo East-West BRT, or Grapefruit Line, will connect key destinations west of the I-4 Orlando urban core with Thornton Park to the east.  The expanded Lymmo routes will serve Lynx Central Station and SunRail, Central Florida’s commuter rail transit system.

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