Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Kokomo - free trolley service to continue through 2011

The City of Kokomo is announcing that the City-Line Trolley will continue to be free to all riders through 2011. Until 2010, Kokomo was one of the largest Indiana communities without low-cost public transportation.

Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight had pledged to install a public transit system after nearly 40 years when the last City buses stopped running.

“While I was on the City Council, one of the most common complaints was the absence of affordable public transportation,” said Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight. “The trolleys are reliable, convenient and cut down on traffic and emission going into the air.” InsideIndianaBusiness

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where are the routes posted? If more people knew I'm sure they would use this service and save gas

fpteditors said...

At the end of the article, you will find this:
The City-Line Trolleys run Monday through Friday, 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM. A detailed map of routes and schedules can be found online at www.cityofkokomo.org.

Bob Davis said...

If they aren't powered by overhead electric wires, they shouldn't be called "trolleys". The vehicles in this discussion should be called "vintage streetcar bodied buses."

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Anonymous said...

At the city-line trolley station inside