MCO South Terminal Automated People Mover


Greater Orlando Aviation Authority


Size: 85,000 SF APM / 240,000 SF passenger rail / 175,000 SF intermodal terminal

Parking Garage: 2,400 spaces

Architect: HKS

Feature: 3,000 foot viaduct

MCO South Terminal Automated People Mover


Orlando International Airport is one of the world's busiest airports as the gateway to Disney World, Universal Studios, Epcot Center, Kennedy Space Center, and numerous convention-ready hotels. 

The new Automated People Mover (APM) and Intermodal Transportation Facility (ITF) Complex will connect the future South Terminal to the existing North Terminal and also support future multi-modal transportation. The project will increase the current North Terminal parking supply by providing a direct connection for passengers to the 20,000 spaces at the South Terminal parking garage, and simultaneously serve as a hub for All Aboard Florida, a high-speed rail service that will provide convenient connection from Orlando to Miami.

The State of Florida contributed $213.5 million towards the development of the project, helping it become one of the first on-airport intermodal facilities in the United States and the first in Florida.