Ride around Easton in style on the one-of-a-kind Easton mini trolley. The trolley was custom built for Easton in 2005 and seats between 14-21 passengers.
There are three designated pick up and drop off locations – one is across from the Brio Tuscan Grille in the south district, one is in front of Bon Vie in the north district, and one is at the new Easton Gateway across Stelzer Road. Whether it’s enjoying a relaxing ride to take in the scenery or to be transported in "Easton" fashion from one section of the center to the other, the trolley is free to all customers. All tips help fund Easton’s Change for Charity program.
The hours of operation are:
Wednesday-Saturday: 1:00 PM-8:00PM
The Easton Trolley will hibernate over the winter months, January through March.
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Easton offers the Zagster bike sharing program. Whether you work at a nearby office, or just want to ride around Easton Town Center and Easton Gateway, you can enjoy the benefits of bike sharing without the time limits and fees that come with other programs. The Zagster bikes can be found on Easton Town Center property near Rusty Bucket, The Diamond Cellar and Gap. There are nearby locations at office buildings on 4343 Easton Commons, 9 Easton Oval and 3425 Morse Crossing.
Riding your own bicycle to Easton? No problem. The bicycle racks at Rusty Bucket, The Diamond Cellar and Gap are shared between personal bikes and Zagster bikes alike. Additionally, there are bicycle racks located behind fab'rik and in front of REI at Easton Gateway, as well as on level one of the East Parking Garage near the Station Building entrance and on the ground level of the West Parking Garage.
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