There’s a trolley service in West Palm Beach that makes it easier to hop around places. The trolley service in downtown WPB offers a free and convenient way to visit all of your favorite downtown shops, restaurants, and attractions. The trolley connects CityPlace, downtown, the Tri Rail station, Northwood Village, and the Palm Beach Outlet.
Hours for the Trolley Service in West Palm Beach:
• 7 days a week (No service on Thanksgiving or Christmas)
Sunday – Wednesday: 11am- 9pm | Thursday – Saturday: 11am- 11pm
The Trolley picks up passengers every 10 minutes at designated trolley stops located in downtown West Palm Beach and is handicapped accessible.
• The CityPlace stop: located in front of Macy’s on Rosemary Avenue.
• Clematis Street stops are located in the center of each block from Rosemary Avenue to Flagler Drive.
Trolley service and routes around downtown WPB
There are two trolleys operating on this route. One trolley begins at stop 6 at Palm Beach Outlets at 11 a.m. and one trolley will begin at stop 1 in downtown West Palm Beach at the Mandel Public Library at 11 a.m. They run a continuous loop from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. More information can also be found here: www.DowntownWPB.com
History of the Molly’s Trolley service in West Palm Beach
The idea of a trolley company began for Molly Stahlman, President and Founder, as a entrepreneurship class assignment while pursuing her MBA at Carnegie Mellon University. After almost a year of research, analysis, and the encouragement of her CMU instructors, Molly was able to secure financing. Within months of her May 1995 graduation – and with a lot of hard work – Ms. Stahlman launched Molly’s Trolleys.
Molly’s Trolleys is owned by the husband and wife team of Molly Stahlman and Bob Spagnol. Bob Spagnol has a B.A. in accounting from Duquesne University and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. “Before Molly”, Bob Spagnol worked as an accountant.
Bob and Molly married in October 1995 and immediately started “Molly’s Trolleys” in Pittsburgh, PA with 2 vehicles. (Bob lost the argument for naming the business – Molly explains ”Who wants a Bob’s Trolley?”).
In 1998, Bob & Molly expanded to West Palm Beach, FL and they now manage a fleet of 11 trolleys and service all types of events – from weddings to conferences – throughout all Palm Beach County (Jupiter, Florida to West Palm & Palm Beach to Boca Raton and all points in between.)
The company philosophy of Molly’s Trolleys is excellent customer service, high standards, and a commitment to integrity. Bob and Molly take the responsibility of your event very seriously. Besides having us directly monitoring your event, each client has Bob’s cell phone in case anything needs to be adjusted.
Although Molly & Bob still own and operate the West Palm Beach Office, in January 2011, Molly Stahlman sold the Pittsburgh operation to the Brockton Group, and it is now called Molly’s Trolleys Pittsburgh.
Find hours and routes for the Trolley Service in West Palm Beach. The free service helps locals & visitors get to Tri Rail Station, CityPlace, and Downtown.