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LYNX Transit Vehicles

Status: Existing

Description: Represents the ITS equipment installed on the fixed route transit vehicles, serving routes in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties, providing service to the cities of Orlando and Kissimmee and surrounding areas. Capabilities may include passenger counting, transit scheduling, and fare management.

Stakeholder: LYNX

Systems Interconnected
with the LYNX Transit Vehicles


Architecture Flow Diagrams
which include LYNX Transit Vehicles:

Architecture Flows
to/from the LYNX Transit Vehicles:

LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon City of Maitland Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon City of Orlando Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon City of Winter Park Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon County and City Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon Disney RCID Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon Lake County Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon LYNX Maintenance Center LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon LYNX Security Operations Center LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon LYNX Transportation Center LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon Orange County Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon Osceola County Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon Seminole County Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon SunRail Operations Control Center LYNX Transit Vehicles flows into icon Volusia County Field Equipment LYNX Maintenance Centerflows into iconLYNX Transit Vehicles LYNX Security Operations Centerflows into iconLYNX Transit Vehicles LYNX Transportation Centerflows into iconLYNX Transit Vehicles SunRail Operations Control Centerflows into iconLYNX Transit Vehicles

National ITS Architecture Subsystems
mapped to the LYNX Transit Vehicles:

National ITS Architecture Services
associated with LYNX Transit Vehicles:


Last Updated 3/23/2022