WORCESTER – Worcester trolley service, Ride The Woo, announced Thursday that the company’s first trolley in the planned fleet of six trolleys has been purchased.
As ThisWeekinWorcester.com first reported last April, the downtown trolley service is set to begin service in 2021 — in line with the completion of Polar Park.
“We are proud to announce that we have purchased the first of our six trolley’s that will make up our fleet,” said Aaron Perna, President, Ride The Woo, LLC. “This milestone emphasizes our organization’s dedication to serving Worcester’s downtown business, retail, sports, dining, hospitality and entertainment areas. Ride the Woo continues to innovate and develop alternative transportation solutions for Worcester’s businesses, residents and visitors needs.”
“This is a big step in our preparation for the launch of service.” said Ben White, Vice President, Ride The Woo, LLC. “We plan to use the first trolley promotionally over the next year to let people look, touch and feel the experience. We will also provide private Trolley charter services for events like weddings, special city events or a group night out on the town.”
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