|Sanjuana Romero and her son, Edwin, use the Downtown Weekday route when they need to go to downtown Fort Lauderdale. Sanjuana praises the Sun Trolley as being “especially great for people who don’t have a car.” She is able to pick up the trolley from the Broward County Transit Central Bus Terminal.|| ||Joe and Dorothy Tursi have been riding the Galt Ocean route almost everyday since it started. They find it very handy to get their shopping done at Publix and Target. Dorothy says, “The Sun Trolley has been a godsend. When I tell people it’s free, they can’t believe it! Also, the driver is so careful – we feel very safe riding with him.”|
|“The Sun Trolley is a necessity for the people of Fort Lauderdale. When I have an appointment or people to meet, the trolley is always there to give me a lift. That’s why I enjoy riding the Sun Trolley.” Bea Arnold typically rides the Northwest Circulator Extension route to meet her book club at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center.|| |
“We’re on the trolley! We’re on the trolley!” Mario and Brigitte Pelosi chanted with their children while riding on the Sun Trolley for the first time. The Pelosi family was visiting from Canada and staying in Fort Lauderdale for a only few days before getting on a cruise to the Caribbean. The purpose of their trip on the Las Olas Beaches Convention Connection route was just to see what Fort Lauderdale Beach looks like before heading off to the Caribbean.
“Our primary goal for our out-of-state (and international) guests is to provide a memorable experience while visiting our downtown Fort Lauderdale. In partnering with Sun Trolley, we have been able to transport our guests to the finest local flavors – shopping, restaurants, and beaches. We appreciate the Sun Trolley’s ability to sustain a means of transport with its own unique identity."
- Pansy Garcia, General Manager Hampton Inn Downtown Fort Lauderdale - City Center