Coral Gables Trolley is a FREE service service provided by City of Coral Gables with assistance from: Miami-Dade County Half Penny Transportation Surtax, Florida Department of Transportation, and the Metropolitan Planning Organization. Since its inception on November 2003, the service has proven to be a convenient, accessible, affordable and green transportation option for residents, commuters and visitors of the City beautiful. The Trolley program was designed to relieve local traffic congestion, reduce parking demand, and connect downtown Coral Gables to surrounding areas through transit connectivity. Each day approximately 5,000 riders enjoy the convenient use of the service. In addition, the Coral Gables Trolley connects with the City of Miami Trolley on Flagler Street, Coral Way, and Grand Avenue. As communities search for solutions that reduce pollution, ensure open access, and lessen the dependency on foreign oil and car trips, the Coral Gables Trolley is one effective system that accomplishes all of the above. Have questions about the Coral Gables Trolley? Call 305-460-5070 or E-mail Trolley@coralgables.com
The North/South Ponce de Leon Boulevard Route runs from the Douglas Metrorail Station to Flagler Street along Ponce de Leon Boulevard along Ponce de Leon Boulevard along Ponce de Leon Boulevard . The service runs every 15 minutes, Monday thru Friday from 6:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. First Friday of the month (Gallery Night) Trolley runs from 6:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
The Grand Avenue Loop Route runs from the Douglas Metrorail Station heading Southbound on Douglas, Westbound on Grand Avenue, North on LeJeune Road and then East on Granello back to Douglas Station. Passengers can transfer to the Noth/South Ponce route to Downtown Coral Gables at the Metrorail Station. The service runs every 15 minutes, Monday thru Friday from 6:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Beginning in 2017, the Trolley Service began operating on holidays, including: