- Intracity Transit
- Bus Schedule, Route Map & Prices
Bus Schedule, Route Map & Prices
For winter months, snow routes are available to view.
Days & Hours of OperationIntracity Transit (IT) buses operate from 6:10 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 10:10 a,m, until 6 p.m. on Saturday. All bus routes begin and end their daily runs at the Transportation Plaza in downtown Hot Springs. Buses do not run on Sunday or the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
|Adult / Youth (19-61)
|Senior (62 and over) / Disabled (ID Required)||$0.50|
|Medicare Card Holders||$0.50|
Transfers are free. You must receive a transfer pass from driver upon entering the bus.
|Senior (62 and over) / Disabled (ID Required)||$22.00|
|Medicare Card Holders||$22.00|
Coupon BooksCoupon books provide coupons for 10 rides. The prices follow:
|Senior(62 and over) / Disabled (ID Required)
|Medicare Card Holders||$5.00|
Senior citizens (age 62 or over), people with disabilities, or people who hold a valid Medicare ID card pay half price for cash fares and passes for fixed route services only when they present a valid Medicare, Driver's License.
Bus route change due to construction
Due to traffic delays from road construction at the intersection of Albert Pike and Mountain Pine roads, the City of Hot Springs Intracity Transit Bus Route 2 will temporarily end at the West Gate Plaza Center at 2278 Albert Pike Road, effective Oct. 31.
This temporary service change will occur on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The bus will operate the normal route at all other times and on Saturdays.
A free shuttle will be provided to anyone needing to reach a bus stop west of West Gate Plaza Center, including the loop serving National Park College. The shuttle will also provide free rides back to West Gate Plaza Center, where it will meet with the regular Route 2 bus for travel back to the Transportation Depot. At times, the Arkansas Department of Transportation may close the intersection of Albert Pike and Mountain Pine roads, which will require the shuttle to use alternate routes.
This service change will allow the Route 2 bus to keep its hourly transfer connection to the other routes, which has not been possible during much of the construction.