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Monday April 22nd, 2019 12:46PM

Braselton trolley service begins Friday

By AccessWDUN Staff

Braselton's new trolley service will begin operations Friday and will run regular routes each Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

It is owned and operated by the Braselton Visitors Bureau Authority and there will be no charge to use it.

The trolley will operate on a fixed stop system, making a continuous loop to connect the historic downtown with the 211 corridor. 

You'll find more information at www.BraseltonTrolley.com

The trolley will also be available for rent by private groups.  For rental information, contact Jessica Payne at 706-684-0369 or jpayne@braselton.net

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