Free Trolley: Harveston - Mall
A Better Way to Get Around
Discover a better way to get around Temecula. Whether you’re looking for a ride to the Promenade Mall or maybe a quick lift to school, the Temecula Trolley is a convenient, fast and hassle-free way to travel. And best of all, it’s free.
With this route to meet your travel needs, there’s never been a better time to climb aboard. The Route 55 Green Line provides weekday service from the community of Harveston to the Promenade Mall and surrounding areas. Plus, there’s never a long wait. The trolleys stop every 15 minutes at various locations throughout Temecula and provide easy connections with other Riverside Transit Agency routes.
Route 55 | Green Line | Weekdays (PDF): Hours of operation are from 6:30-8 a.m. and 2:30-4:15 p.m. with service every 15 minutes. Last morning trip departs Harveston at 7:30 a.m., the last evening trip departs at 3:45 p.m.
- New Year's Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
The Temecula Trolley is your ticket to great shopping and dining destinations, lovely neighborhoods, employment centers, schools and entertainment venues. Here’s a list of just some of the attractions en route.
The Promenade Mall
Hop on the Trolley and enjoy the ride to Temecula Valley’s premier shopping destination. Promenade Temecula offers outdoor shopping at Coach and Pottery Barn and restaurants such as Yard House and P.F. Chang’s all in a Main Street setting. Customers visiting both the existing mall and the new lifestyle center can enjoy an updated food court, soft seating, fountains, shade trees and other pleasing amenities.
The Trolley makes seven stops inside one of Temecula’s newest and most exciting communities. Nestled around a man-made lake, this community features home styles reminiscent of Cape Cod architecture and the Harveston City Park provides soccer and baseball facilities, a pavilion, and amphitheater.
The trolley also serves the business district along County Center Drive, schools such as Chaparral High School and Ysabel Barnett Elementary School.