The Ocracoke trams are operating daily with social distancing and face covering measures. Photo: C. Leinbach

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The Ocracoke Trams began operating July 3 along with the resumption of the Ocracoke Express Passenger Ferry this season and will continue until Sept. 10.

Operating hours are 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. There are nine tram stops conveniently located around the village and the operator asks the public to use this service responsibly.

The trams are operating in compliance with Gov. Roy Cooper’s Executive Order #147, and COVID-19 prevention guidelines, reviewed by Hyde County Health Department, are in place.

The operators ask that riders please practice social distancing while waiting at the tram stops, wear a mask while riding the tram, and share bench only with family or group members.

Ocracoke tram stops 2020.
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