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Can I ride on the Loop Trolley?

The Loop Trolley's 2023 operating season ended Sunday, October 29, 2023.

Why can't I ride on the Loop Trolley after October 29?

Important maintenance projects, annual inspections and certifications need to be taken care of on the Trolley cars during the winter months.

How often does the Loop Trolley run?

During our operating season, a round trip on the Trolley takes approximately 60 minutes, which includes a 10-minute operator break at each end of the route (Missouri History Museum and the University City Library). Heavy traffic conditions impact trip times.


Does the Trolley run during bad weather?

For the safety of our customers and operations team, Loop Trolley service may be temporarily suspended during inclement weather conditions.


Where does the Trolley take riders?

The Trolley route is 2.2 miles long. There are 10 stops with six of those Trolley stops located on Delmar Boulevard, three Trolley stops on DeBaliviere, and one stop at the Missouri History Museum. Loop Trolley signs are posted at each stop along the route from the University City Library to the west and the Missouri History Museum to the east.

I have mobility issues and use a motorized wheelchair. Can I ride the Loop Trolley?

The trolley has a wheelchair lift and is ADA compliant.


Can I bring my dog on the Trolley?

Service animals are welcome, but pets and other animals are not allowed. 


Can I bring my bicycle on the Loop Trolley?

Unfortunately, we are not able to allow bicycles on the Loop Trolley. There is no place to safely park a bicycle on board the vintage vehicles which may filled to standing room only at times. Bicycles could fall over during a sudden stop and cause injuries to the cyclist and other Trolley riders. Bicycles can always be parked and locked at a bicycle rack along the route or in Forest Park. 


Does the Loop Trolley have air conditioning?

No, the vintage trolley cars do not have air conditioning or heaters.


Who operates the Loop Trolley?

As an established transit provider, Bi-State Development was asked by regional leadership to take over Trolley operations to avoid a default on federal funding that was used to start up the Trolley operation several years ago. Bi-State Development is committed to providing a safe operation and is dedicated to getting the Loop Trolley system running again to establish a continuity of service.

Who can I contact if I don’t see my question listed here?

Please email your question to

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