SunRail train is visible from Barnie's Coffee in Winter Park. (Paul Brinkmann, Orlando Sentinel / May 2, 2014)
Steve Olson, public information office for Florida Department of Transportation, said SunRail fixed the error and sent the information back to Google.
“They’re a big company, and we have to wait our turn to get it into their platform. We developed it and we have to pair it up with their systems. We’re waiting in the queue and we’re waiting for them, so our customers can use it,” Olson said.
Google Maps and Google Transit are popular ways to search for public transportation options between cities.
Orlando-based Data Transfer Solutions (DTS) is working with SunRail on the Google routes.
SunRail had more than 10,000 riders and its website had 19,000 unique visitors on its first day, May 1.
Weekend trains may be possible in the future, but they aren't available now.