There are several modes of transportation foot, automobile, taxi and the trolley. When I first moved to Eureka and saw the trolley, I thought I was in Mr Rogers Neighborhood. We are Trolley stop number 75. Transit's business offices are located at 137 W. Van Buren (on Highway 62, about 1/4 mile west
of the intersection with Highway 23N). You are able to buy your trolley tickets here as well as be
able to pick up local maps and the Visitor Information Guide.
A transit staff member is on duty to help with ticket sales and transit-related questions along
with information regarding lodging, restaurants and things to do while in Eureka.
Since this location is one of two that all trolleys pass through during the day (it is Trolley Stop
#1), this facility has been transformed to be more like the Depot downtown. The Transit Center
Lobby is now an all-weather waiting room. Or, there are plenty of benches outdoors for your
convenience. Public rest rooms are just a few steps away.
All-day parking is available for just $5.00 - and, with paid parking at either the Transit
Center or the Planer Hill Park & Ride Lot you will be entitled to a discount off the price of
One (1) adult all-day pass equal to the amount paid for parking (up to $3).
The Transit Offices are closed on New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day,
Presidents' Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day.
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