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I-RIDE Trolley Orlando

Public Transport along International Drive

The I-RIDE Trolley is the most convenient and affordable transportation option to hundreds of destinations within the International Drive Resort Area. The trolley is a great cost-saving option taking the parking and driving hassle out of your vacation. Each trolley seats 41 riders, including two wheelchair positions with an ADA-specified hydraulic lift system. There is a total of 18 climate controlled, rubber-tired, replica trolleys on the system.

The I-RIDE Trolley is exclusive to the International Drive Resort Area. This covers a huge number of theme parks, including SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove, Universal Studios and Wet ‘n Wild. The shuttle service around the area comprises two lines. The Red Line Trolley, which arrives approximately every 20 minutes, and the Green Line Trolley, which begins at Major Boulevard, travels along Universal Boulevard, and then takes the same route as the Red Line Trolley. The Green Line Trolley arrives approximately every 30 minutes. Transfers between the Red and Green Line are free. Ask the front desk of your hotel for an I-RIDE Trolley route map for a list of businesses at each trolley stop. The public transportation system runs from 08:00 to 22:30 daily.

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Cash Fares

  • Single fare is $2 per ride
  • Child fare is $1 per ride (ages 3 – 9 with a paying adult)
  • Senior citizen (65 and over) fare is $0.25 per ride
  • Exact change is required
  • Drivers do not carry cash and cannot make change
  • Passes are not sold on trolleys


Unlimited Ride Passes

  • One Day Pass: $5 per person
  • Three Day Pass: $7 per person
  • Five Day Pass: $9 per person
  • Seven Day Pass: $12 per person
  • Fourteen Day Pass: $18 per person


Passes can be purchased online at http://iridetrolley.com or available at over 100 locations within the International Drive Resort Area. Ask your hotel for information on purchasing passes.

I-RIDE Trolley

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-22:30 daily
  • Tel: +1 407-354-5656
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