SunRail’s Winter Park station is expected to look like this. Construction should start this time next year. Winter Park officials on Monday approved design tweaks to its future SunRail stop, allowing for wider canopies and platforms that can accommodate more passengers and make waiting areas less cramped. The coming SunRail station will look snazzier than the gray concrete slabs at the adjacent Amtrak stop, the Orlando Sentinel reported. Set to start this time next year, construction would rip out the middle platform that runs parallel to Central Park downtown and place the northbound and southbound tracks side by side. New platforms to the east and west would be repaved with red brick. Aligning the tracks in the middle makes room for canopies sheltering passengers on both sides, including one for disabled passengers who use an access ramp.