The KAT trolley stop on Main Street in front of the City/County Building has been moved temporarily to the Bank of America building on the adjacent block.
KNOXVILLE, TN (May 8, 2020) – Starting Monday, May 11, crews with Ziggurat Development will be upgrading the super stop by pouring a concrete pad that will better stand up to the wear and tear and resist pulling away from the curbing, as asphalt tends to do.
The super stop will be temporarily moved a block to the west, in front of the Bank of America building, through late June. The construction is expected to last about 60 days as the thick concrete will take weeks to cure.
The food truck zone in front of Bank of America has been temporarily discontinued to make room for the interim trolley stop.
Free Trolley Routes
There are four free trolley routes serving Downtown Knoxville and the UT area. Trolley maps are available at several locations throughout downtown, including Knoxville Station Transit Center.
- Blue Line | Knoxville Station, The Civic Coliseum and waterfront pathway.
- Green Line | The Old City and Gay Street
- Orange Line | University of Tennessee and Downtown
- Red Line | South Waterfront
View the Trolley System Map (PDF).
Please note: Trolleys do not run on Saturdays when there is a UT home football game or on Sundays.
Due to the pandemic, KAT is currently offering reduced trolley service, with Blue and Orange Lines running until 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. KAT is limiting passenger loads to 10 persons per trolley, encouraging the use of face coverings when riding, and asking passengers to use the rear doors for entering and exiting when feasible.