Track locations of the trolleys here.
The Gatlinburg Trolley System was originally established in 1980 with a fleet of six trolleys and now the system has over 20 trolleys to service the 3,700 residents and 12 million visitors to the Gatlinburg area on a daily basis.
Trolleys operate on a daily basis, serving patrons 365 days a year, providing an easy, free way to get around Gatlinburg. Visitors in the area can board a Trolley at any stop in the City and be off to their destination. All Trolleys stop at the Mass Transit Center, located at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies.
The Gatlinburg Trolley can also be used as an easy way to get into downtown without the hassle of driving into the City and finding a parking spot. You can use the Park N Ride Lot at the Gatlinburg Welcome Center, located at 1011 Banner Road in Gatlinburg, just off of the Spur just before entering town, board a trolley and be in downtown Gatlinburg in a matter of minutes.
A current Trolley Map is available here. To request accessible and alternative formats of the Gatlinburg Trolley Map for ADA, Title VI and Paratransit formats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Trolley information, call 865-436-3897.
The City of Gatlinburg and Gatlinburg Trolley System (GTS) are performing a Comprehensive Operational Analysis to improve transit services for the community. To develop transit services and infrastructure that meets the evolving needs of the community, we need your help! Click here to take this quick four minute survey.