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In-Towner HART TrolleyIf you’re traveling in downtown Tampa, hopping on the In-Towner won’t cost you a dime. The HART Board’s decision to eliminate its fee took effect October 1st.

The In-Towner trolleys provide weekday trips every 15 minutes from 6-8:30 a.m. and from 3:30-6 p.m. If you’re a resident or employee, the In-Towner can get you back and forth to work, school, and home. Even better, when it’s time to relax, you can jump on and chat with downtown visitors on your way to wander the Riverwalk or museums, catch a show at the Straz, picnic in a waterfront park, or jump on the Streetcar and head to all the activities in Ybor.

Downtown Tampa trolley and bus service map“It’s more convenient. It’s less expensive than driving your car,” says HART Chief Executive Officer Katharine Eagan. “It’s one more option we’re providing so people can easily travel Downtown while leaving behind their cars and congested parking lots.” It shouldn’t be hard to find the In-Towner; look for the new vibrant colors that distinctly brand them as contemporary HART vehicles.

For all-things HART, visit goHART and learn about OneBusAway, trip planning, schedules, maps and fares.

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