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No-charge Main trolley service fuels local ridership boom
“No sense driving if you can use the trolley,” says Daniel Franklin of Durango as he waits for the trolley Wednesday on Main Avenue.
Riding the trolley might not be the most exciting thing for Grace Denny, 5, right, who was riding with other children Gavin Pavisils, 5, far left, and Owen Huff, 5, all with Game Time, a summer program of the Durango Parks and Recreation Department.
Nina North and Ole Hanson leave the trolley Wednesday. Ridership jumped 14 percent for the first half of 2011 compared with 2010.

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“No sense driving if you can use the trolley,” says Daniel Franklin of Durango as he waits for the trolley Wednesday on Main Avenue.
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Riding the trolley might not be the most exciting thing for Grace Denny, 5, right, who was riding with other children Gavin Pavisils, 5, far left, and Owen Huff, 5, all with Game Time, a summer program of the Durango Parks and Recreation Department.
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Nina North and Ole Hanson leave the trolley Wednesday. Ridership jumped 14 percent for the first half of 2011 compared with 2010.
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