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Getting To & Around Pulaski and Lonoke Counties
About as close to geographically central as you can get in Arkansas, Pulaski and Lonoke counties lie in a key location for travel throughout the state. The combined counties have the largest population in the state and are home to Arkansas’ capital and largest city — with all that activity and people there are bound to be times when things get crowded. But there are many ways to get around, including several major interstates, U.S. highways and a major national airport. Whether you’re traveling by car, bus, plane or train, there’s an easy way to get from A to B.
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport
1 Airport Drive
Little Rock, AR 72202 501-372-3439
The state’s largest commercial airport, Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport is about 30 minutes south of Little Rock Air Force Base. The airport serves nearly 2 million passengers annually with six airlines offering more than 50 daily flights to major hubs. Major carriers include Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest, United and GLO Airlines.
Rock Region Metropolitan Transit Authority
901 Maple St.
North Little Rock, AR 72114 501-375-6717
Rock Region Metro serves the Little Rock metro area with fixed-route bus service and a downtown historic streetcar system. Bus services provide transportation throughout Little Rock, North Little Rock, Maumelle, Jacksonville, Sherwood and unincorporated areas of Pulaski County. There are more than 25 fixed and express routes available, as well as paratransit operations. The Metro Streetcar system’s replica vintage streetcars operate on a 3.4-mile route connecting the Little Rock and North Little Rock communities. Operators on the scenic routes provide information on historic sites along the way, making the trip both informative and enjoyable.
For more information on bus and streetcar schedules, routes and fares, visit https://rrmetro.org.