TED: Trolley of Evansville Districts

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Ted: Trolley of Evansville Districts Route / Map

Evansville trolley stops, map, TED

Trolley Map

Download the DoubleMap App to follow TED in real-time. The TED Trolley route will appear on the app when TED is operating.

Trolley Hours

Friday: 6:00 PM – 1:00 AM | $1 per person, per ride
Saturday (DAY) 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Free All Day!
Saturday (NIGHT) 6:00 PM – 1:00 AM | $1 per person, per ride

STAY IN THE LOOP! Follow TED on Facebook for weekly updates.

All Aboard! THE (Soft) LAUNCH OF TED

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 — Funded through a community crowdsourcing grant headed, by the Franklin Street Events Association and the Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville, nearly $60,000 was raised by the community to purchase the trolley, affectionately referred to as TED (Trolley of Evansville Districts).  TED arrived in February, and he is getting ready for his big debut this weekend, with a new vinyl wrap job from Signarama Evansville, sponsored by Lefler Collision and Glass.

The TED route stops, and live-time geo-tracking is available on the DoubleMap App. This technology is currently utilized with METS and will be a large component of TED. With live time tracking, patrons shopping, dining, and enjoying the districts will be able to know exactly when TED will be at their destination.

Yearly passes may be purchased for $25 at Lamasco Bar and Grill & Franklin Street Tavern – additional locations for the passes will be available soon.  All information can be found on the Facebook page, TED: Trolley of Evansville Districts.  Without a pass, single rides are also available for $1 each way. TED is free to ride on Saturday day, and will eventually connect the two large playgrounds, Mickey’s Kingdom on the riverfront, and Stop Light City off West Franklin.

TED Trolley Evansville


February 8, 2018 —  TED: Trolley of Evansville Districts arrived on Franklin Street today, making the trek from Florida to his new Evansville home.


(11/14/2017) — WE DID IT!   Thanks to the kindhearted, community-minded citizens and corporations of Greater Evansville, TED will be rolling between the cultural districts Thursday through Sunday! See the Quick Facts listed below for additional details regarding the route, operations, cost, etc. Be sure to check back regularly for updates on yearly passes, t-shirts and more!

Sincerest thanks from the Growth Alliance & Franklin Street Events Association; we’re so thankful and proud to be a part the Evansville community. #bondedbycommunity

e is for everyone!

More than just a good time for residents and visitors, TED is a quality of life project that we believe will create economic opportunity, improve the quality of life and spur business activity and job creation within the cultural districts.

(10/10/2017) — BIG NEWS! The crowdsourcing campaign for TED: Trolley of Evansville Districts officially launched today. We, as a community, have 35 days to raise $25,000 to receive a matching $25k from the IHCDA!


Connecting our cultural districts | Enhancing our urban core | Growing our tourism industry

The hardwork behind TED is a collaborative effort between the Franklin Street Events Association and the Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville, to bring a much-needed piece of connectivity to support the vibrant and growing districts of Evansville. Our eventual plan is to have several TEDs for Evansville’s neighborhoods, but to get this project off the ground we’re going to need community support to get the first trolley rolling. *Stay tuned for an exciting announcement in the upcoming weeks regarding how you can help with funding.


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