The three New Orleans streetcar lines offer 24-hour service with frequent service during the day and appear every hour from midnight to 6 in the morning. With four different lines, all originating in the center, streetcars run through the French Quarter to Mid-City, the Garden District and other parts of the city, passing under living oak trees and sliding through beautiful residential streets along the way. Keep reading to learn about the four lines, how much it costs to ride the New Orleans streetcars, and where to take a ride on these whimsical streetcars. Charles Line, on the outskirts of the French Quarter, on the corner of St.
From there, enjoy a 40-minute drive through Uptown and the Garden District, passing by many great stops, including museums and parks, as well as impressive mansions and several hotels and restaurants. The Charles streetcar route ends at South Carrollton Avenue. Also characterized by its old red streetcars, the Riverfront streetcar line runs along the Mississippi River from the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center to the French Market.
The Riverfront streetcar is the only line in the city that travels on its own right of way, similar to a light rail line. This line was also the first in the city to offer wheelchair access. Our city and cemetery tour offers a privileged perspective, with opportunities to wander on your own and enjoy the rich history of New Orleans. Visit cemeteries and historic neighborhoods, including the French Quarter.
Small airboat ride, can accommodate 6 to 9 people. This tour has a small enough surface area so that everyone can experience the marsh's extraordinary wildlife up close and personal. Join us on a journey through the enigma of New Orleans and all its magnificent darkness. Our society is dedicated to providing an unparalleled experience in the realm of paranormal, voodoo, shock and madness.
RTA has launched new bus routes, connecting more people to essential destinations in the New Orleans area. The new routes will provide shorter trips, reduced wait times and greater access to jobs, supermarkets, healthcare and other vital services for passengers. Changes will be made to almost every RTA bus route in our system to improve your trip. Then, in 2004, the city reactivated the streetcar line and took passengers along two routes that branch off North Carrollton Avenue with access to City Park and NOLA's famous air cemeteries.
The New Orleans streetcars have the distinction of being one of the first passenger railroads in the United States and one of the oldest continuously operating street trains in the entire world. Eventually, NOPSI would be replaced by the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority, which currently manages streetcars. Moovit gives you the routes suggested by NORTA, a real-time streetcar tracker, real-time directions, route maps for lines in New Orleans and helps you find the 12 streetcar stations closest to you. Choose any of the 12 tram stations below to find the updated timetables in real time and view their route map.
The Riverfront line was a dream come true for New Orleans business owners, developers and streetcar fans. Bus lines began to replace streetcars and residents began to worry that all the historic streetcars would disappear.