Rock Region METRO is the central Arkansas public transit system serving 3 million passengers per year in the cities of Little Rock, North Little Rock, Maumelle, Jacksonville, Sherwood and Pulaski County. It comprises three branches: METRO Local, a fixed-route bus service serving Pulaski County; METRO Streetcar, a rail system operating in Little Rock and North Little Rock; and METRO Links, a custom paratransit service. Learn how easy it is to save money, help protect the environment, and build a stronger local economy by riding Rock Region METRO.
Navigating the city via public transit is more convenient and more relaxing than ever before. Climb on a Rock Region METRO Bus and enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi. Surf the web, post on your social media, download an audiobook or stream your favorite movies or TV shows and leave the driving up to the RR METRO staff.
RR METRO buses travel all around Downtown, even making regular trips to the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport. The Downtown Route includes stops several downtown and River Market District hotels.
METRO Streetcar is a 3.4-mile streetcar system connecting the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock. With 10 operators manning three historic replica streetcars along the route, the system serves 100,000 riders annually and covers 1,080 miles weekly. METRO Streetcar is a fun, unique way to take in the downtown sights of central Arkansas’ “twin cities.” Spanning the beautiful Arkansas River, the system links some of the most vibrant destinations in Pulaski County, including the Clinton Presidential Center and headquarters of the global nonprofit Heifer International; North Little Rock’s historic Argenta district; the Little Rock River Market and Creative Corridor; and favorite restaurants, hotels, brewpubs, cultural attractions, shops and more.
METRO Streetcar operates on two routes throughout the Little Rock and North Little Rock downtown areas seven days a week, except for New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. The easiest way to remember the different routes is to remember blue for water: The Blue Line is the route that operates throughout Little Rock and crosses the Arkansas River (the water) to North Little Rock. The Green Line stays in Little Rock. The Green Line does not operate on Sundays, and service to the popular Clinton Presidential Center and Heifer International stop ends every day around 5:35 p.m.
View the streetcar schedules for the most accurate times for timepoint stops.
Boarding is only allowed at the designated stop locations, found on the streetcar map. The streetcar is a fun and inexpensive way to take in the downtown sights of central Arkansas’ “twin cities,” and get to downtown destinations and events without parking hassles. View the fares and passes information for related costs and download the free NextBus app to find out how many minutes away the next streetcar is from the stop nearest to you.