The Intermodal Terminal facility is the first stage of a new South Airport Complex at Orlando International Airport. The 500,000 square foot facility consists of a dual-platform, 4-track passenger rail system, an automated people mover (APM) connecting the South Airport Complex with the existing North Terminal Complex, and accommodations to accept future commuter rail, and light rail modes. Alongside the four rail types coming into the facility, a ground transportation component integrated into the building serves bus, taxi, limo and public transit modes, as well as a public drop-off curb for passengers. The Intermodal Terminal Facility is connected via SkyBridge to a new 2,400 car garage, with designed expansion capability of reaching 5,000 cars to serve the future South Terminal Complex. The facility is slated to become operational in 2017.