Intermodal Facility at Orlando International Airport

Site of OIA Intermodal Facility

Work is under way on an intermodal terminal at Orlando International Airport that will be the northernmost stop for All Aboard Florida, a stopping point for the SunRail and, if built, the Maglev high-speed light rail.

The intermodal terminal is part of the 500,000-square-foot complex being built on the airport's south side that will also include a rail system to take passengers to terminals, a garage that will fit 2,400 cars and ground transportation in the form of buses and shuttles.


The intermodal facility will provide rail access for airport users and supply an option for others who want to make connections from Miami to Orlando, officials say.


LOCATION: Orlando International Airport

LAND OWNER: City of Orlando

MANAGER and OPERATOR: Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

START DATE: December 2014

END DATE: Scheduled to open summer 2017

PROJECT BUDGET: $ 211 million

DEVELOPER: Turner-Kiewit Joint Venture

DESCRIPTION: A terminal at Orlando International Airport that will serve as the northern terminus for All Aboard Florida, also be a stopping point for the SunRail and, if constructed, the Maglev light rail.