I visited the Lynx website but I can't find any information on what the "fixed route" includes. Is it strict in the sense of fixed bus stops or is it more loosely defined as fixed lines?

Specifically, I am planning to use lines ("Link") 8, 38, and 42 for no more than a week. Which bus pass would cover all these lines? I'm lost. Any other recommendation or alternatives for public transport covering Airport/Downtown/International Drive, most welcome.


Fixed route simply refers to regularly scheduled routes, in contrast to services like NeighborLink or ACCESS LYNX which are variable/flexible. In other words, fixed routes include local scheduled bus service, express scheduled bus service, and commuter bus service.

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  • So I can buy a "Fixed Route 7-Day Standard Pass" and use it across all aforementioned Links unlimited times, for 7 days. Is that right? – ilakast Apr 28 '14 at 14:28
  • @ilakast Yes, I would expect to be able to use a "fixed route" pass on routes 8, 38, and 42, provided those lines are not specifically excluded in the terms and conditions of the pass. – choster Apr 28 '14 at 14:45

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