West Palm Beach is bridging the gap between downtown and the Northwood Village as locals will easily be able to commute for FREE via the brand new Blue Line Trolley open to the public on Thursday!

Molly’s Trolleys of West Palm Beach offers a free and convenient way to get to all of your favorite hot spots in town connecting City Place, downtown, the tri-rail station and now Northwood Village and the Palm Beach Outlets. The trolley will operate Thursday- Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. for a six-month trial. If people use it, then the city will keep it, according to Mayor Jeri Tuzzolino Muoio.

“We have something like 8,000 residents downtown and this connects them to the historic Northwood Village, Palm Beach Outlets and more,” Downtown Development Authority Executive Director said.

Just in time for the holiday season, you and your family can freely grab a bite of the best burger in town at Northwood’s Relish, go shopping at the Palm Beach Outlets, grab a drink downtown at Roxy’s, get some City Pizza at City Place and then out-of –towners can even get back home cheaply on the tri-rail. What a night!

The handicap-accessible trolly picks up passengers every 10 minutes at designated stops.

 

DDA Executive Director Raphael Clemente introducing the Blue Line

DDA Executive Director Raphael Clemente introducing the Blue Line

“We encourage people to try it,” Ralph continued on behalf of West Palm Beach. “We’re looking forward to your feedback and ridership.”

Now all downtown West Palm Beach residents can enjoy the Old Northwood Historic District and the upcoming 28th annual Holiday Candlelight Home Tour on December 27.

Find out more about the Blue Line trolley and more things West Palm Beach at downtownwpb.com