WATCH: Space Coast Area Transit Holds Beach Trolley Celebration in Satellite Beach
By Space Coast Daily // November 4, 2021
event open to the public, pre-registration required
ABOVE VIDEO: Space Coast Area Transit Beach Trolley Celebration at Pelican Beach Park in Satellite Beach.
Join Space Coast Area Transit at Pelican Beach Clubhouse on November 4 from 8:30 a.m. until 10 a.m.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Space Coast Area Transit is hosting a Beach Trolley Celebration at Pelican Beach Clubhouse on November 4 from 8:30 a.m. until 10 a.m.
The event is open to the public; however, pre-registration is required at 321Transit.com/SBTrolley. Attendees can hop aboard the trolley for a tour or ride and ring the trolley bell, masks are required.
Mingle over coffee and treats at the Pelican Beach Clubhouse.
Attendees are invited to enjoy “Trolley Talk” with Brevard County Commissioner Curt Smith, Satellite Beach Mayor Steve Osmer, Space Coast TPO Executive Director Georganna Gillette, Transit One Chairman Eva Rey and Space Coast Area Transit Director Terry Jordan.
Event sponsors include the Florida Department of Transportation, reThink Your Commute, the Space Coast TPO, Brevard County Parks & Recreation and Space Coast Area Transit.
The new beach trolley unveiling is part of the State of Florida’s Mobility Week, designed to promote transportation choices, options and safety.
For 10 days, Nov. 1 to 10, trolley rides will be free on Space Coast Area Transit’s Route 26 South Beach. Bus riders can show the trolley driver the 321Transit app on a mobile device and ride for free all day long.
“Passengers will enjoy the new state-of-the-art beach trolley with a surfer-themed design in honor of Space Coast natives Kelly Slater and Caroline Marks,” said Jordan.
“Designed with wheelchair accessibility, bike racks, and room for surfboards, it also allows for transfers to and from the Cocoa Beach Trolley.”
Starting Nov. 1, the new beach trolley will be serving Space Coast Area Transit’s Route 26 with major stops including S. 13th Street, Patrick Space Force Base, South Beaches, and Canova Beach Park.
Service hours are 7:30 a.m. – 7:25 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 a.m. – 6:25 p.m. Saturday. Maps and schedules are available at 321Transit.com.
The cost to ride the trolley is $1.50. Seniors, veterans, students, and youth under 18, ride at half-fare; children under five and transfers are free.
By downloading the 321Transit app, customers can view the Route 26 Beach Trolley on its route in real time. Additionally, contactless mobile ticketing, powered by Token Transit, allows riders to purchase a 1-Ride, 10-Ride, or 30-Day Bus/Trolley Pass directly and instantly to a smartphone.
For questions, email info@321Transit.com, call the Space Coast Area Transit RideLine at 321-633-1878, or connect with them through 321Transit.com.