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What’s with buses to DeBary SunRail station?


How come you can’t catch a Votran bus in DeLand to the DeBary SunRail during the day?

We put that question to Steve Sherrer, General Manager of Votran, and he explained that the DeBary SunRail station is served by three Votran Routes 31, 32 and 33. Click here for more information on those routes and their daily schedules.

All Votran feeder bus routes operate during morning and afternoon peak commute times.  There is currently no mid-day service.  It’s important to note however that available funding does not allow each bus to meet each SunRail train at the DeBary station,” Sherrer wrote.

“Our estimate is that it would cost an additional $1,486,000 annually for Votran routes 31, 32, & 33 to meet every SunRail train at the DeBary station.  This does not include the capital cost of the additional buses necessary to provide the service.  We would need six additional buses.  Buses cost approximately $500,000 each.”