Ozark Regional Transit

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Ozark Regional Transit
Ozark Regional Transit bus.jpg
ORT bus in Fayetteville
Founded 1982
Headquarters 2423 East Robinson Ave
Locale Springdale, Arkansas
Service area Washington County, Arkansas
Benton County, Arkansas
Service type Bus service
Routes 9
Daily ridership 1,157 (2014)[1]
Fuel type Diesel
Website Ozark Regional Transit

Ozark Regional Transit is the provider of mass transportation in the cities of northwestern Arkansas, including Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, and Bentonville. The roots of the organization are in a 1974 project by the Economic Opportunity Agency of Washington County to provide rural transportation. By 1978, two fixed routes had been established and, in 1982, after being designated as an urban area, northwestern Arkansas formed Ozark Regional Transit and acquired federal funding. Currently, 5 local routes serve the interconnected Fayetteville and Springdale communities and two routes travel through the Rogers-Bentonville area. A commuter route travels once per day in each direction to provide a peak connection between Fayetteville and rural Washington County, while another commuter route travels all day between the four major cities.

Route list[edit]

  • 40 Fayetteville-Springdale
  • 41 Sixth St
  • 42 Springdale East
  • 43 East Robinson/West Huntsville
  • 44 Rogers
  • 46 Bentonville
  • 47 Zion/Joyce-North Hills
  • 50 Lincoln-Fayetteville
  • 54 Commuter Express/NWACC express from NWACC Bentonville to NWACC Springdale, then to NWA mall and on to Lot #56 at U of A.


  1. ^ "Route Summary 2014" (PDF). http://www.ozark.org/. Ozark Regional Transit. Retrieved 4 June 2015.