Trolley tracks can now be seen on Delmar Boulevard in the Delmar Loop. Crews started laying tracks for the Loop trolley Monday near Kingsland Avenue.
The $43 million project will connect the Delmar Loop with Forest Park.
Joe Edwards, chairman of the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District, estimated the trolley will be open to the public in the fall of 2016.
Project leaders say the trolley is expected to be runningProject leaders say the trolley is expected to be running by the fall of 2016 (Photo: Dean, Ryan)
Project leaders say the trolley is expected to be running During construction, traffic will be reduced to two Street parking is not allowed in the construction zone The Loop Trolley project is estimated to cost $43 million. Crews started installing track on Monday. The Loop Trolley will connect the Delmar Loop with
During construction, vehicle traffic is reduced to a single lane in each direction. Street parking in the construction zone is not allowed.
Edwards said businesses don’t seem to be impacted by the construction. He credited “The Loop is Open” program that offers weekly giveaways and monthly block parties to entice people to come to the Loop.
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