Little Rock is the heart of Arkansas and center of the country. Getting to and around our city is a breeze.
Flying? The Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT) is Arkansas’s largest commercial service airport, serving approximately 2.2 million passengers annually. Reach 334 unique destinations around the world with only one stop from LIT. Six airlines offer more than 50 daily flights from Arkansas to major hubs. Catch non-stop flights to Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Miami, Clearwater, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Orlando - Sanford, Charlotte, Arlington, St. Louis, Denver and Chicago.
LIT is served by Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta, Southwest, United Airlines, Frontier Airlines.
Driving? U.S. Interstate 40, crossing the country from the East Coast to the West Coast, runs directly through Little Rock as does Interstate 30. We’re less than 5 hours from Dallas and Nashville, about 8 hours from Atlanta, Houston, Kansas City and New Orleans and only 10 hours from Chicago and Cincinnati.
By rail? Step aboard Amtrak's Texas Eagle in Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas/Fort Worth or 38 other cities and arrive in downtown Little Rock refreshed, relaxed and ready to enjoy your stay. Along the way, enjoy dinner in the dining car, catch a movie in the lounge, or curl up with a good book. To begin your railroad adventure, follow the link for train schedules and information. All aboard!
Public Transit: the Rock Region Metro serves the transport needs of residents, visitors, persons with disabilities and senior citizens. There are daily bus services throughout the central Arkansas area.
Metro Streetcar is a 3.4-mile streetcar system connecting the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock. 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; 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.
Bus Parking: When visiting the River Market via tour group or field trip, use our Bus Parking map to find the best drop-off, pickup, and parking location for buses.