COMMON: A Users Group


About Orlando

COMMON's 2010 Annual Meeting and Exposition, our 50th Anniversary celebration, will take place at the brand new Hilton Orlando in Orlando, Florida.

Orlando is a great destination that offers attendees and families plenty to do before and after the conference, with special attraction discounts available for COMMON attendees.

Learn more about Orlando and view the special discounts for COMMON attendees - click here.

Click here for a map of the Orlando area in PDF.

Beyond the big theme parks, Orlando offers great value options for activities and attractions. Click on the links below to discover all that there is to do in Orlando...on a budget.



Walk or take the Trolley to Pointe Orlando for dining, dancing, live music and shopping.

Learn more about Pointe Orlando at

I-RIDE Trolley Information:

What is the I-RIDE Trolley Service?

The I-RIDE Trolley is the exclusive, convenient and affordable transportation to hundreds of exciting destinations within the International Drive Resort Area. Visit the Official I-RIDE Trolley website at

When Does the I-RIDE Trolley Operate?

Daily from 8:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Where Does the I-RIDE Trolley Go?

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The I-RIDE Trolleys travel exclusively throughout the International Drive Resort Area.

The Red Line Trolley route services the International Drive both north and south bound. Red Line trolleys arrive approximately every 20 minutes.

The Green Line Trolley route is the counterpart to the Red Line Trolley route beginning service in the Major Boulevard business district, travels along Universal Boulevard and then shadows the Red Line Trolley Route on South International Drive. Green Line trolleys arrive approximately every 30 minutes.

Refer to the I-RIDE Trolley Route map for specific locations of Red Line and Green Line Stops.

Who Can Ride the I-RIDE Trolley?

Everyone! Each I-RIDE Trolley seats 41 riders, 54 total capacity, including two wheelchair positions and an ADA-specified hydraulic lift system, weight limitations apply.

How Much Does it Cost to Ride the I-RIDE Trolley?

Cash Fare

  • Single fare is $1.25 per ride
  • Senior citizen (65 and over) fare is $0.25 per ride
  • KIDS RIDE FREE (age 12 and under when accompanied by a paying adult)
  • Exact change is required
  • Drivers do not carry cash

Unlimited Ride Passes

One Day Pass: $4.00 per person  
Three Day Pass: $6.00 per person
Five Day Pass: $8.00 per person
Seven Day Pass: $10.00 per person
Fourteen Day Pass: $17.00 per person
  • Trolley transfers between the Red Line and Green Line are FREE and a transfer coupon is not required if you have an Unlimited Ride Pass. With cash fare just ask your Trolley driver for a transfer coupon when you board the trolley.

  • Passes are available at over 100 locations within the International Drive Resort Area and from the I-RIDE sales office. Click here for a complete list of locations where you can purchase I-RIDE Trolley Unlimited Ride Passes. Passes not sold on Trolleys.
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