Staying Safe around The Loop Trolley

The Loop Trolley considers public safety to be our top priority and we are committed to doing our part to keep you safe.  While The Loop Trolley won’t officially open to the public for passenger service until later this year, testing will be underway in the months leading up to the opening. This means those traveling in and through The Loop need to be prepared for the appearance of the trolleys along the route.

The Loop Trolley is designed to run on rails in the street alongside traffic and pedestrians, so it’s important to understand how the trolleys will operate along the trolley route and take the necessary precautions to keep yourself and others safe.  The trolleys share a lane with other moving vehicles and will travel along with traffic, in both directions, up to the speed limit (25 mph) – just like a bus. They follow the same traffic signals as other vehicles. Keep in mind that there are no barriers separating the trolleys from other road users, and remember the trolleys cannot swerve to avoid obstacles.


To ensure you remain safe when in the vicinity of the trolley, be sure to follow these helpful tips.

Pedestrians        Cyclists                Vehicles              Trolley Wire Safety

Accessibility       Navigating the Roundabout

Click here for a printable safety sheet.


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