GATLINBURG, Tenn. – For a seventh season, the City of Gatlinburg offers free trolley service to summer visitors 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through Aug. 12 along the length of the Parkway, extending from traffic light No. 1 at the north end of town to light No. 10 at the entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Approximately 800,000 patrons use the Gatlinburg trolleys annually, making it the fifth-largest mass transit system in the state. It originated in 1980 with six trolleys, but the fleet has grown to more than 20 trolleys servicing approximately 50 miles in and around Gatlinburg and surrounding areas.
Patrons can hop aboard the Gatlinburg Trolleys all day long in other seasons for $2 a day with unlimited access to the Red, Blue, Purple, Yellow and Green Trolley Routes. The $2 pass is sold at City Welcome Centers, City Hall and the Mass Transit Center, plus numerous Gatlinburg lodging facilities. All Gatlinburg trolleys are handicap accessible.
For more information about the Gatlinburg Mass Transit System, visit www.gatlinburgtrolley.org. There
For more information, call the Gatlinburg Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-800-588-1817 or visit www.Gatlinburg.com.