About The Loop Trolley
The Loop Trolley is a 2.2-mile fixed route track in St. Louis and University City which links the Delmar Loop, “One of the 10 Great Streets in America”, to the country’s “#1 City Park”, Forest Park. The trolley runs through the Delmar Loop along Delmar Blvd. and continues on DeBaliviere Ave, until reaching the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park. Our beautiful, high-visibility heritage-style cars provide a unique experience for anyone that rides them. Enjoy the views and charm of St. Louis as the sound of the wheels gliding over the track revive a piece of St. Louis history.
The trolley route includes ten stops and link with two MetroLink stations along the way. Stops include:
- University City Library
- Leland Avenue
- City Limit
- The Pageant
- Delmar Loop MetroLink
- Hamilton Avenue
- Delmar and DeBaliviere
- Crossroads School
- Forest Park/DeBaliviere MetroLink
- Missouri History Museum/Forest Park
Owned by The Loop Trolley Transportation Development District and operated by The Loop Trolley Company, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. The Loop Trolley promotes connectivity, environmentally friendly transportation and pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods to enhance quality of life, increase tourism and help spur economic development.
The Loop Trolley project is funded by an Urban Circulator Grant from the Federal Government Transit Administration, federal grants from the Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) and the Surface Transportation Program (STP); St. Louis County Mass Transit Fund; Great Rivers Greenway; donations; and proceeds from the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District.