Roswell City Hall is one of the many stops on the trolley.
Photo: File photo
Photo: File photo

Roswell has a free trolley this summer; here’s where it stops

Roswell has begun a pilot program for the summer, testing a trolley this summer as a new means for public transportation.

Rides are free, and the trolley will run on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., beginning May 12, and running through Aug. 5. Roswell will spend $13,200 on the program.

Roswell’s city council recently approved the trolley pilot project to move people through the historic district during the busiest times of the week – Friday and Saturday nights – when parking is hard to come by. They say this will allow folks to park at City Hall and catch the trolley to Canton Street and the Historic Town Square.

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The trolley has 10 stops. Here’s where you can get on and off in Roswell this summer:

  • City Hall (38 Hill Street)
  • Corner of Oak Street and Bush Street
  • Bulloch Hall (180 Bulloch Ave.)
  • Corner of Magnolia Street and Mimosa Blvd.
  • Corner of Canton Street and Webb Street
  • Corner of Plum Tree Way and Canton Street
  • Corner of Green Street and Cherry Way
  • Corner of Green Street and Woodstock Street
  • Corner of Canton Street and Thompson Place
  • Corner of Norcross Street and East Alley

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Roswell says it will gather ridership data and feedback throughout the summer to gauge the effectiveness of the trolley. 

A full map of the trolley route can be viewed here and more information can be found here.

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