Pair posted schedule information with ongoing COVID-19-related service alerts and short-term alerts!Find the ongoing COVID-19 service alert here
As METRO navigates the coronavirus pandemic, transit service has been and continues to be affected daily. Because of a need to re-allocate resources, some routes were temporarily suspended and later permanently removed, and yet they still appear on the system map; some temporary microtransit zones don’t appear on the map yet. Because of ongoing pandemic-related staff absences, transit schedules have been adjusted, particularly on weekends, and some regularly scheduled trips/operating hours throughout the week are on short-term and/or pop-up cancellations or detours. To get the most accurate information, check regular maps and schedules first, then click here to find all of the active, ongoing service alert information tied to that route or zone; then look for short-term service alerts that may also be in effect, which can always be found at the top of this page, in the red bar. Your patience is appreciated as we continue adjusting service in response to the pandemic. The goal is to keep essential public transit service in operation while protecting public health.
- Monday-Friday, 5 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
- Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
- No Sunday Service: Riders who used the temporarily suspended Route 12 Clinton Center/Airport please note that this service will not run on Sunday.
Where Does METRO Connect Airport-Port-Shorter College Zone Operate?
The METRO Connect Airport-Port-Shorter College Zone is a ride-hailing service pilot project (active starting Monday, May 11, 2020) and connects riders near the temporarily suspended Routes 7 Shorter College, 12 Clinton Center/Airport and 20 Hanger Hill/College Station to other METRO routes.
METRO Connect Airport-Port-Shorter College Zone vehicles operate within the zone boundaries and can provide riders a direct ride to the River Cities Travel Center, which is within the zone and its main “point of interest,” for connections to other METRO routes. An additional point of interest is the Amazon campus at 6911 Zeuber Road, Little Rock.
River Cities Travel Center at 310 E. Capitol Ave., Little Rock – Look for the METRO Connect sign at the express bus route bay (former bus bay for Routes 25, 26 and 36) near the northwest side of the travel center, specifically near the southeast corner of the intersection of Cumberland & 4th Streets. Connections to Routes 2 South Main, 3 Baptist Medical Center, 4 Levy/Amboy, 5 West Markham, 6 Granite Mountain, 10 McCain Mall, 11 Dr. M.L.K. Jr. Drive, 13 UA – Pulaski Technical College, 14 Rosedale, 16 UA – Little Rock, 18 McAlmont and 23 Baseline/Southwest can be made at the travel center. Use Route 3 or 5 to reach the Midtown Transfer Hub (the collection of stops along Midtown Avenue behind the Midtown Target shopping center) to make connections to Route 8 Rodney Parham and Route 22 University Avenue/Mabelvale. Riders: There is a 5-minute limit waiting on passengers for pickup. After five minutes of waiting, the ride will be cancelled.