TECO Line Streetcar System

Local nameTECO Line Streetcar System
LocationTampa, Florida, United States

The TECO Line Streetcar System is a heritage streetcar transit line in Tampa, Florida, run by the Hillsborough Area Regional Transportation Authority, owned by the city of Tampa, and managed by Tampa Historic Streetcar, Inc. It connects Downtown and Channelside to the historic Ybor City district. There is also an "In-Town" trolley-replica bus system that connects Downtown, Channelside, and Harbour Island.The line opened on October 19, 2002, and is 2.7 mi long with 11 stations. The system is single-track with several passing sidings, which mostly follows a reserved right-of-way at a cost of 13.7 million per mile. Ten replica historic streetcars and one restored historic streetcar are used on the line. The replica cars themselves cost $745,000 each. A $2.7 million grant from the Florida Department of Transportation awarded in 2018 allowed HART to eliminate fares and increase frequency on the line, causing a significant increase in ridership.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TECO_Line_Streetcar_System

Official website http://www.tecolinestreetcar.org/

Phone +1 813 254 4278

Address 1864 E 8th Ave, Tampa 33605, United States

Coordinates 27°57'39.982" N -82°26'17.718" E

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