SAFETY HARBOR — The Jolley Trolley’s brass rails and wooden benches could soon signal a boon to Safety Harbor businesses.
After nearly 18 months of planning and negotiating, an eight-month pilot program to bring a trolley to downtown Safety Harbor will start Feb. 1.
“I think it’s more of a business morale boost to see the Jolley Trolley up and down the street every hour with riders,” City Manager Matt Spoor said. “It’s a shot in the arm … to see people get off and on the trolley. I think that’s the key. What good it brings after that, we’ll be able to gauge and study.”