UWF Trolley

One trolley services the UWF campus during the Summer 2016 semester.


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The trolleys are a popular mode of transportation with resident students traveling to central campus.

Take a ride, no tickets or coins needed

Fall and Spring Trolley Facts – Anyone on campus may ride the trolley as often as they like. There are 20+ official trolley stops but the trolley will generally stop when hailed. Four trolleys service the UWF campus during the Fall and Spring semesters. Monday through Friday, three circulate on campus and the Express Trolley circulates to the Target Shopping Center, Remote Lot and Argonaut Village. On Saturdays, one trolley serves the campus. Trolley service is not provided on Sundays, during the breaks between semesters, or on holidays.

Trolley ArgoTracker GPS app – Track the UWF campus trolleys on your computer in real time on the ArgoTracker website. Or, download the "TransLoc" ArgoTracker app to your web-enabled cell phone from Apple (iOS) or Google Play (Android). Once you have downloaded the app, navigate to "University of West Florida", and then view the UWF Trolleys routes, stops, and current locations.

Summer Trolley Schedule – View or download the printer-friendly, 2016 Summer Trolley Schedule (pdf). This webpage is the best source for the most up-to-date trolley schedule.

Trolley Map – The UWF Parking, Bus & Trolley Map (PDF) includes the UWF Trolley route and ECAT bus stop locations.

Weather and the Trolley – The UWF Trolley is operated under contract with Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT). In the event that a Tornado Warning is issued for Escambia County, the UWF trolley service, as well as other county vehicles, will be stopped until the Tornado Warning is lifted or severe weather has passed.


Tips for a Great Trip

  • At the trolley stop, allow 5 minutes before or after expected trolley departure time.
  • You may hail the trolley between stops, if necessary.
  • Be prepared for delays due to traffic, road construction or bad weather.
  • Report all safety hazards to the trolley operator.
  • Standing is permitted, sitting is safer.
  • Please don’t litter.
  • Shoes and shirts are required.
  • Please don’t distract the trolley operator.
  • No playing of radios, CD players or iPod type devices without earphones.
  • No weapons, pets, profanity or loud talking.
  • Guide dogs and service animals may accompany disabled passengers.
  • No open containers of food or drink.
  • Alcoholic beverages are not allowed and may not be consumed.
  • No flammable or explosive materials.
  • Thank you for not smoking.
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