|Arkansas Bus and Coach Companies and Stops
4 State Coaches|
- (call 870-772-7078)
Arrow Coach Lines Inc|
- (call 800-632-3679)
Local, family owned and operated since 1944. We specialize in charter and contract services. Fully staffed office and maintenance facility. We maintain the highest safety rating from the DOT. We are also a Dept of Defense approved carrier.
- (call 417-339-4888)
Thirteen years providing excellent customer service. Quick response for Motor Coach rescue in Branson, MO. Day rate is for Branson area.
Central Arkansas Transit|
Central Arkansas Transit Authority 901 Maple Street · North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114 - (call 375-1163)
If saving money and reducing air pollution and traffic congestion are of particular interest to you, consider commuting on CAT. A single person commuting by transit instead of driving alone saves 200 gallons of gasoline a year.
Cline Tours, Inc.|
- (call 800-233-5307)
Four Winds Travel|
- (call 573-996-2032)
As rural owner/operators we have far less overhead and can offer more affordable rates as well as personalized service. Our service is ideal for trips of 3 days or more.
Jefferson Lines Bus Service Locations in Arkansas
Ky Lakeside Travel Llc|
- (call 731-986-5999)
Need a Bus? Call US! Small family run company working hard to make your trip enjoyable! Call and let us work with you, to make the most of your travel $! We can save you $ on long distance/multiple day trips!(*We ONLY Allow alcohol with damage deposit!)
Little Rock Tours & Travel|
- (call 501-868-7287)
little rock tours offers motorcoaches, mini-buses, vans, and limousines for charter. the company also provides tours, destination management services, and a murder mystery dinner theater.
Red Carpet Charters|
- (call 800-839-1867)
Three locations to serve your needs, headquarters in Oklahoma City, Tulsa servicing the surrounding areas including NW Arkansas and McKinney, TX servicing the DFW area.
Red River Coaches|
- (call 318-221-5797)
Show Me Usa|
- (call 573-642-6551)
Show Me USA; A Family-owned company. Let Show Me show you the USA! With offices in St. Louis, Mo, Kingdom City, Mo, and Ozark, Mo.
Southern Coaches Inc|
- (call 800-251-5569)
Featuring all new 2007 MCI coaches with optional Satellite TV & Wireless Internet. Specializing in local and long distance charters. Members of the UMA.
- (call 318-747-4754)
|Bus Station Blog Articles
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|Arkansas Bus Related News
| October 23 2014 - #TrainAccident Arkansas Missouri Railroad Reopens|
SPRINGDALE -- Just one week after a train accident outside of Winslow, the Arkansas-Missouri Railroad is back on the tracks. Passengers boarded the train in Springdale early this morning. As bus loads of folks showed up to ride, safety is the question on the back of many people's minds. But despite the problems, railroad staff says they've been working to correct the issues and don't expect much ...
| October 22 2014 - UAFS Students Tour Chaffee Crossing|
FORT SMITH (KFSM) – The University of Arkansas of Fort Smith teamed up with Chaffee Crossing Wednesday (Oct.22) to take an inside look at some new developments around town. Roughly forty students boarded a bus and headed over to Chaffee Crossing to learn more about what’s all in the works out there right now. It’s […]
| October 16 2014 - Jeb Bush campaigns for Arkansas GOP hopeful|
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is praising education proposals from gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson in Arkansas despite differences between the Republicans on key school reforms, as the potential 2016 GOP...
| October 10 2014 - Fayetteville Schools Start Late After Flooded Streets Delay Buses|
FAYETTEVILLE [KFSM] – Flood waters swamped areas in Washington County, causing some buses to find alternate routes to Fayetteville schools. Officials said school started 15-20 minutes later than usual. The heavy rains pounded Northwest Arkansas just in time for the morning commute for many people, including bus drivers. Drivers traveling on Thompson Street in Springdale […]
| October 08 2014 - 'State of the Art': Giving artists a national stage|
An article on the Huff Post website by Mallika Rao is a nice recounting of the work that went into creating "State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now" at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The Arkansas Times' Art Bus rides again Nov. 8 to Crystal Bridges to see this show, which President Don Bacigalupi refers to in the article as "a truer image of the country" than, say, the Whitney ...
| October 03 2014 - National bus tour celebrating ADA's legacy stops in Little Rock to highlight disability rights|
A bus making its way around the country to commemorate the upcoming 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) stopped in Little Rock this morning. Justin Nickels, communication director at Disability Rights Arkansas, said the ADA Legacy Tour Bus decided to stop by the Capitol on its way from Memphis to Albuquerque in order to draw attention to the state legislature's recent ...
| October 01 2014 - School Officials Say Slow Down|
School officials in a South Arkansas town say they are not happy with some motorists disregard for bus safety regulations.
| October 25 2014 - Candidates for U.S. Senate Campaign Across Arkansas|
Around Arkansas -- Candidates for U.S. Senate campaigned around the state Wednesday. Republican Tom Cotton was in South Arkansas as part of his "Arkansas First" bus tour. He met with farmers and town leaders in Pickens, speaking about his experience growing up on a farm. He promised to bring his message across the state, that the Obama agenda isn't working, and change is needed in Washington ...
| October 24 2014 - Tom Cotton Visits South Arkansas|
A Republican candidate for U.S. Senate is on a statewide bus tour. Tom Cotton made his way to South Arkansas today to talk to some local farmers.
| October 16 2014 - School Bus Accident Slows Traffic in Fayetteville|
Fayetteville - Fayetteville Police are working to clear a minor school bus accident on Wedington Drive near Salem Road. No one was hurt, but the kids are switching buses. Expect slowdowns. Northwest Arkansas (KFSM) : Fayetteville- Armstrong Ave. – Stone Bridge Road will see delays in construction zones while crews widen State Highway 16 from two lanes […]
| October 05 2014 - School bus involved in accident on I-40|
NORTH LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - Arkansas State Police has confirmed a school bus has been involved in a multiple vehicle accident on Interstate 40. The accident occurred around 4:00 p.m. Thursday at the JFK interchange on I-40 eastbound.
| October 05 2014 - Conway voters asked to subsidize new shopping center|
Annals of corporate welfare: Good overview from Arkansas Business on an election underway in Conway, to be completed Tuesday, that asks voters to refinance one bond issue and then approve another $21 million in bonds mostly to build road improvements demanded by developers of a shopping center and residential project around the old city airport. The payoff of the bonds could take until 2044. The ...
| October 03 2014 - This just in: Arkansans support motherhood, apple pie and government broadband for schools|
The lobbying effort continues by a Walton-financed group pushing for state takeover of providing broadband service to public schools. Latest is polling, reported by Talk Business, by the private lobby group FASTER Arkansas. A majority of Arkansans said "you bet!" to their questions about providing faster Internet service to public schools at a lower cost to create more job opportunities and ...
| October 29 2014 - JETS to provide A-State Football home game transportation|
JONESBORO (AStateRedWolves.com) – The Arkansas State University Athletics Department and the Jonesboro Economic Transit System (JETS) will once again team up to accommodate fans as part of the Red Wolves' game experience by providing affordable and convenient transportation for those attending A-State home football games this 2014 season, starting with this Saturday's (Aug. 30) season opener ...
| October 29 2014 - Cutting ride time is expensive|
Cutting the ride time in the daily school bus commute for Arkansas students will be expensive for many of the 238 school districts in Arkansas, including at least five of eight school districts in Southwest Arkansas.