The Santa Clarita Trolley stops at the Valencia Hyatt Hotel Thursday, June 21. The summer trolley offers its service to Six Flags Magic Mountain, Hurricane Harbor, Westfield Valencia Town Center, and Old Town Newhall. Eddy Martinez/The Signal.

The Santa Clarita city trolley, once specifically for Six Flags Magic Mountain tourists, is now offering free rides from hotels to Old Town Newhall. This year, the green and blue train-like vehicle with glossy, wooden benches will stop at more than just the theme park. Now the city has also added a new evening stop in Old Town Newhall. The evening route through Old Town Newhall runs Thursday through Sunday, with the daily routes with the hotels still running seven days a week. The trolley stop in Old Town Newhall consists of three small stops between Main Street and two cross streets, 8th and 10th. Tourists staying at the hotels, as well as any Santa Clarita residents in those areas, can hop on a trolley and stop at the downtown area between 6:10-11:07 p.m. There are two trolleys that come to each stop every 40 minutes, said Evan Thomason, economic development associate for the city of Santa Clarita.   Anyone in Santa Clarita, whether permanent or temporary, can enjoy the service until Labor Day weekend this year.