Siesta Key Trolley

The long-awaited Siesta Key, FL trolley, nicknamed Siesta Breeze, recently made its debut in March of 2017 and is now one of the best ways to get around the island since it is totally free!

With traffic and parking often being challenging on Siesta Key, the free trolley is expected to lower congestion while improving the walkability of the entire island.

The launch of the trolley is part of an effort from local leaders to get more people to use public transportation on Siesta Key. The previous Route 10 bus service that the trolley replaced had a relatively low number of riders, with many preferring other modes of transportation.

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Service from 8:00 a.m. to midnight

The trolley runs from 8:00 a.m. to midnight with 20-minute service during the peak hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 30-minute service during the other non-peak hours. The trolley will also run during every major holiday including Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and others.

Running from Siesta Village to Turtle Beach Park

The Siesta Breeze runs from Siesta Village all the way to Turtle Beach Park. It circles around Canal and Calle de Siesta Road in the Siesta Village area and then returns back south. Dedicated trolley stops are located at Siesta Village, Siesta Beach and Turtle Beach Park.

The trolley can also be flagged down along the length Midnight Pass Road and near Horizons West for anyone who happens to be walking in the area. After being flagged, it will stop at the safest nearby location for boarding.

If interest in the trolley is high, the pilot program will be extended by the county. However, it’s guaranteed to be here for at least the next six months if not longer, making it a convenient option to enjoy all the best that Siesta Key has to offer.

Adding to the other ways to get around Siesta Key without a car

The free trolley adds yet another way to get around Siesta Key without a vehicle. Much of the island is walkable especially around the Siesta Village area. Other popular methods of getting around without a vehicle include biking, taking taxis, and free shuttles that work on tips.

Siesta Beach parking can be limited during the busiest seasons so having the trolley available will be a major convenience to Horizon West guests. With hours that run well into the evening, it can also be a great way to explore the many attractions, restaurants, shops and boutique stores of Siesta Village and the incredible scenery of Siesta Beach!

Visitors to Horizons West will benefit from the trolley

Horizons West is located at 6140 Midnight Pass Road on beautiful Crescent Beach, and the free trolley will be a major benefit for travelers staying at Horizons West, connecting them to nearby Siesta Village and Siesta Beach easily. Travelers will be able to avoid having to walk or use a rental vehicle to get to and from these frequently visited attractions.

Contact Horizons West today at (800)-559-5543 for more information about finding accommodations or planning a trip to Siesta Key, FL and the best ways to get around on the island once you arrive!


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