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The Central Arkansas Transit Authority
, operating as The CAT, provides public transportation for Little Rock, Arkansas
Little Rock is the capital and the largest city of the U.S. state of Arkansas. The Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 699,757 people in the 2010 census...
and suburban Pulaski County, Arkansas
. Several other areas outside these region are served by commuter routes. A heritage streetcar through Downtown Little Rock is also one of the agency's services.
Central Arkansas Transit Authority is a member of the Arkansas Transit Association
The Arkansas Transit Association provides services for more than 200 members, consisting of public transit systems and agencies, non-profit human service agencies, related commercial businesses and vendor associate members....
- 1 Pulaski Heights
- 2 South Main
- 3 Baptist Medical Center
- 4 Levy/Amboy
- 5 West Markham
- 6 Granite Mountain
- 7 East 9th
- 8 Rodney Parham
- 10 McCain Mall
- 11 ML King
- 12 Airport/Presidential Library
- 13 Pulaski Tech
- 14 Rosedale
- 15 65th St
- 16 UA at Little Rock
- 17 Mabelvale-Downtown
- 18 McAlmont
- 19 Hensley
- 20 College Station
- 21 University Avenue
- 25 Pinnacle Mountain Express
- 26 Maumelle Express
- 36 Jacksonville-Sherwood Express
In addition to bus service in Little Rock, there is a 3.4 miles (5.5 km) streetcar line.
River Cities Travel Center is the main transit hub in Little Rock. 20 regular bus lines and 4 express bus lines converge on this transit center.
The Central Arkansas Transit Authority has planned four commuter rail lines for the Little Rock area. They are included in the 2030-2 plan for the area and are listed below:
- Northeast Corridor
- Northwest Corridor
- West Corridor
- Southwest Corridor