In the aftermath of Gov Scott's rejection of federal funds for the development of high-speed rail last week and again on Thursday, Sunrail, the commuter rail line under development in central Florida, also may be in jeopardy, as Gov. Scott indicated he is “reviewing” the project. The governor initially included $269 million in his proposed budget for the Department of Transportation. Sunrail is a commuter rail project that spans 61 miles on existing freight rail tracks through Orange, Seminole, Volusia, and Osceola counties and the city of Orlando. The first phase is a 31-mile stretch from DeBary to Orlando, and is expected to be operational in 2013. Opponents claim that Sunrail may lose up to $100 million per year when fully operational.