As METRO navigates the coronavirus pandemic, transit service has been and continues to be affected. Please use individual schedule brochures and the Google Map found on this page to view route patterns as the printed system map is updated. The expanded and new Little Rock and North Little Rock microtransit zones launched in June 2022 were intended to coincide with pending fixed bus route changes approved in 2020. Due to the national shortage of fixed route bus operators, the fixed bus routes have not yet changed according to the approved plan. Saturday fixed route bus service now starts later and stops earlier than pre-pandemic fixed route bus service as a direct result of this national fixed route bus operator shortage. This means that, for some microtransit zones, microtransit service begins earlier and runs later than the fixed route bus service on Saturdays. Pop-up service cancellations or detours, including those related to the 30 Crossing construction project, will still happen on occasion. To get the most accurate information, check regular maps and schedules first, then look for service alerts that may also be in effect, which can always be found at the top of this page, in the red bar.
METRO Local operates 15 fixed routes throughout Pulaski County seven days a week, except for New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. METRO Local is a safe, affordable way to make the most of your commute and feel good about your transportation choices. View the Fares & Passes information for related costs, use the system map below and our free Google Transit trip planner to plan your route, and download our METROtrack app for real-time bus tracking and arrival information.
When inclement weather prevents normal operations, Rock Region METRO will make a “snow route” alert announcement through our website news, Facebook and Twitter accounts and METROtrack mobile app. Click here for a list of snow routes.
Download the PDFs below for a system-wide overview of all routes. Or, use our home page Trip Planner tool to figure out where and when to get to your destination from your starting point. For the best way to view multiple live routes at once, click on your route below to view that live route alone, or visit our third-party real-time arrival information website, rrmetrotrack.org, to view up to three live routes simultaneously. (You’ll want to return to rrmetro.org to get all other relevant METRO information, such as schedules, stop tables, news and more.)
Printed system maps and schedules are only useful if they reflect the current routes and schedules. Are you living in the past? Use the list below to determine whether your map or brochure needs replacing!
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If you are using a screen reader to access information from the METROtrack real-time arrival information system, visit rrmetrotrack.org and select Text Only to find real-time arrival information without extra images and coding.