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St. Charles Streetcar

Light Rail Station and Bus Line
Central City - Garden, New Orleans
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  • Kacey H.
    "Don't forget exact change ($1.25)."(3 Tips)
    Tiffany R.
    "Download the NOLA transit app"(2 Tips)
    Eugene W.
    "so avoid rush hours"(2 Tips)
    Stephanie G.
    "... they get very busy and crowded"(3 Tips)
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  • Emily A.
    Emily AndinoMarch 10, 2015
    Great way to see New Orleans. Takes you past gorgeous Victorian houses & Tulane and Loyola Universities. Jump off at Audubon Park for a walk.
  • George V.
    George Van WormerNovember 1, 2013
    Download TransitHub and see where every streetcar and bus is in New Orleans in real-time. FREE to download on iOS and Android! Best app for getting around New Orleans. transithub.com
  • Fabio M.
    Fabio MazanattiApril 28, 2015
    You don't need exact change anymore - when you pay more than fare's value, you get a ticket back with the change to use on other rides.
  • Amy P.
    Amy PriestJuly 5, 2010
    Great way to get from Garden District to Canal St. When crowded remember to push to the center...don't try to crowd the door! Most all get off @ Canal St. anyway, so you'll be ok!
  • Stephanie G.
    Stephanie GrayMay 2, 2012
    Be aware that New Orleans is a tourist city and sometimes they get very busy and crowded
  • Cooper F.
    Cooper FournetFebruary 27, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    If you plan on riding several times, pay with a 10 and get the change on a card. Then you won't have to fool with carrying around change.
  • Eugene W.
    Eugene WardFebruary 5, 2010
    remember tourists: this is a mass-transit option for us locals, not just a sightseeing thing, so avoid rush hours or be prepared for a crowded ride!
  • NOLA Nites Concierge | Meloney Smith
    We love the clicketyclack of the St. Charles streetcar rumbling along the avenue
  • Tiffany R.
    Tiffany RMay 8, 2013
    Download the NOLA transit app to find out when the next streetcar is scheduled to arrive.
  • David !.
    David !October 14, 2011
    the timetables claim at certain times of the weekday the streetcars run every eight minutes. it's a load of crap.
  • Kacey H.
    Kacey HillFebruary 2, 2010
    Don't forget exact change ($1.25). Also avoid rush hours when schoolkids and workers are in transit. And St. Charles line IS NOT handicap accessible :(
  • Edward B.
    Edward BruskiMarch 16, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    What a great way to get around the Ave to your "spot"
  • Anil G.
    Anil GuptaDecember 30, 2011
    So spacious!!
  • Bob B.
    Bob BianchiMay 7, 2013
    Have exact change
  • Kat S.
    Kat SteinbergDecember 30, 2011
    Faster than your feet
  • Brandon D.
    Brandon DerisoJuly 1, 2011
    It's not a trolley, it's a Streetcar
  • Kat S.
    Kat SteinbergDecember 30, 2011
    Faster than your feet.
  • Blackfeather T.
    Blackfeather TanfurNovember 14, 2010
    24 hour Walgrens is kitty-corner.
  • Rich H.
    Rich H.October 30, 2010
    It takes forever! We had no idea it would be such a long slow ride...
  • Catherine B.
    Catherine B.January 30, 2010
    Drivers are friendly
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