At the present time, we have a portion of our trolleys that are wheelchair accessible. Due to safety concerns, there are a number of stops that do not safely permit loading and unloading; however, we will accommodate our guests whenever possible.
We are happy to provide this service but ask for a few small accommodations to allow us to do so with the utmost safety and comfort for all of our guests.
We request that you give us as much notice as possible as to your arrival date and the time you’d like to take the tour (24 hours notice preferred). This will assure that a properly equipped vehicle will be made available. Please arrive at a designated (agreed upon) stop no later than 15 minutes prior to your departure time so that we can accomplish the boarding process smoothly and safely.
As always, collapsible wheelchairs are permitted on any of our Trolleys and all of our CASTmembers are able to assist with the loading.
A hearing impaired tour script guide may also be provided upon request.
We look forward to having you on Old Town Troley Sightseeing Tour.
Safety first…courtesy a close second! This is our company motto and our #1 priority. The level of safety in our workplace is directly proportional to the effort each CASTmember expends. To this end, every CASTmember is dedicated to ensuring the safety of each and every one of our guests. It is our top priority to provide you with a safe, comfortable, secure, and enjoyable tour experience.
The purpose of the HTA Safety Program is to protect our guests and CASTmembers, and to safeguard against damage to property. It is our goal to maintain our reputation as a safe company.
CASTmembers are charged with the ultimate responsibility of putting the safety program into practice on a daily basis.
Every CASTmember receives safety training under the supervision of the Safety Officer. Subjects of safety training may include, but are not necessary limited to, Department of Transportation/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (DOT/FMCSA) standards, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules, Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) procedures, and state and local requirements.