|Arkansas Bus and Coach Companies and Stops
4 State Coaches|
- (call 870-772-7078)
Arrow Coach Lines Inc|
- (call 800-632-3679)
Local, family owned and operated since 1944. We specialize in charter and contract services. Fully staffed office and maintenance facility. We maintain the highest safety rating from the DOT. We are also a Dept of Defense approved carrier.
- (call 417-339-4888)
Thirteen years providing excellent customer service. Quick response for Motor Coach rescue in Branson, MO. Day rate is for Branson area.
Central Arkansas Transit|
Central Arkansas Transit Authority 901 Maple Street · North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114 - (call 375-1163)
If saving money and reducing air pollution and traffic congestion are of particular interest to you, consider commuting on CAT. A single person commuting by transit instead of driving alone saves 200 gallons of gasoline a year.
Cline Tours, Inc.|
- (call 800-233-5307)
Four Winds Travel|
- (call 573-996-2032)
As rural owner/operators we have far less overhead and can offer more affordable rates as well as personalized service. Our service is ideal for trips of 3 days or more.
Jefferson Lines Bus Service Locations in Arkansas
Ky Lakeside Travel Llc|
- (call 731-986-5999)
Need a Bus? Call US! Small family run company working hard to make your trip enjoyable! Call and let us work with you, to make the most of your travel $! We can save you $ on long distance/multiple day trips!(*We ONLY Allow alcohol with damage deposit!)
Little Rock Tours & Travel|
- (call 501-868-7287)
little rock tours offers motorcoaches, mini-buses, vans, and limousines for charter. the company also provides tours, destination management services, and a murder mystery dinner theater.
Red Carpet Charters|
- (call 800-839-1867)
Three locations to serve your needs, headquarters in Oklahoma City, Tulsa servicing the surrounding areas including NW Arkansas and McKinney, TX servicing the DFW area.
Red River Coaches|
- (call 318-221-5797)
Show Me Usa|
- (call 573-642-6551)
Show Me USA; A Family-owned company. Let Show Me show you the USA! With offices in St. Louis, Mo, Kingdom City, Mo, and Ozark, Mo.
Southern Coaches Inc|
- (call 800-251-5569)
Featuring all new 2007 MCI coaches with optional Satellite TV & Wireless Internet. Specializing in local and long distance charters. Members of the UMA.
- (call 318-747-4754)
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|Arkansas Bus Related News
| April 17 2014 - Bus fire at Hillcrest|
Arkansas City firefighters inspect the smoking engine compartment of a 1988 Chevrolet bus Wednesday night at Hillcrest Bible Baptist Church. The Ark City Fire-EMS Department was dispatched at 8:44 p.m. for a report that the bus’ front end was fully involved.
| April 16 2014 - Forums to allow input on altering bus routes|
The Central Arkansas Transit Authority will hold four public hearings next month to, among other things, solicit ridership reaction to proposed changes to six bus routes.
| April 11 2014 - George Franklin 'Buster' 'Bus' Weeks|
George Franklin “Buster” “Bus” Weeks, 95, longtime Arkansas City and Cowley County resident, completed his journey of life late on the evening of Saturday, April 5, 2014, in Winfield.
| April 08 2014 - Icy US storms blamed for 10 deaths as it heads east in Thanksgiving run-up|
Nearly 300 flights cancelled in Dallas on Monday as storm threatens to snarl traffic on busiest travel days of the year An icy storm that started in the west and is blamed in at least 10 fatal accidents was bringing a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to parts of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas on Monday as it trudged eastward in the run-up to Thanksgiving. The storm dropped more than 10 inches ...
| March 20 2014 - I-30, I-40 bridge lane closures set|
Lane restrictions are set this week on two busy interstate bridges in Arkansas, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department said Tuesday.
| March 17 2014 - Open line: Business groups back immigration reform; ASU med school advances; suit filed against NCA|
The Monday line is open. Final words: * A PLUG FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM: The prognosis still seems bleak for congressional passage of meaningful immigration legislation, but important groups keep pushing for it. Representatives of the Little Rock Chamber, Arkansas Chamber, Economic Development Commission and the Arkansas Farm Bureau have scheduled a press conference Wednesday to talk about labor ...
| March 15 2014 - Open line: The shrinking news business; Pryor nicked for Koch contributions; dispute on voter ID; W|
The eagle soars and the line is open. Final words: * HARD TIMES IN THE NEWS BUSINESS : Arkansas Business reports that Stephens Media today laid off everyone in their Little Rock news bureau except Capitol reporter John Lyon. The bureau also has a sports reporter who'll continue to work in Northwest Arkansas. Casualties include news reporting veterans Dennis Byrd, James Jefferson, Harry King and ...
| March 13 2014 - It takes a bus: UA leaders retreat to Petit Jean|
Leaders of the University Arkansas campus in Fayetteville "retreated" to Petit Jean this week. It took a bus to accommodate the crowd. A leisure traveler thought some familiar faces were espied at Petit Jean this week, faces more familiar in the hills of Fayetteville. So I inquired. And, yes, Mark Rushing, UA spokesman, confirms that Chancellor David Gearhart and his Administrative Policy ...
| March 12 2014 - Darin Gray named president of Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods|
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, the state's largest ad and PR firm, announced today that Darin Gray would become the firm's president. [pdf-1]Gray will continue to live in Northwest Arkansas. He takes a position that had been vacant. It was once held by Wayne Woods, who remains chairman of the CJRW board and CEO. Gray had been president and publisher of Northwest Arkansas Business Journal until ...
| March 12 2014 - Witnesses begin in Martha Shoffner trial|
Testimony has begun in the trial of former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner, accused of taking $36,000 in cash from bond broker Steele Stephens in return for steering significant state bond business to him. Shoffner's attorney Chuck Banks opened yesterday by arguing that the money wasn't bribes, but only "improper" cash campaign contributions. I think the Ethics Commission would quarrel with ...
| March 08 2014 - Driver dies after rear-ending bus|
A Guy woman was killed Friday morning after her van struck a Quitman School District bus that had stopped on Arkansas 124 to pick up a child.
| March 07 2014 - Broker testifies about cash gift to Martha Shoffner|
Steele Stephens , the broker enriched by business with Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner , took the stand today as the government's key witness. He said he once gave her $6,000 at the Capitol because he thought it would be good for business. Stephens said he felt sorry for Shoffner because of the recent death of her mother and other setbacks. He'd eventually give her $36,000 in six $6,000 ...
| March 06 2014 - North Little Rock police identify man killed by officer|
The man killed by a North Little Rock police officer after he reportedly tried to hit the officer with a cane has been identified as Robert Storay, 52, of Little Rock. Storay reportedly was causing a disturbance on a Central Arkansas Transit bus and was shot when he attacked an officer trying to get him off the bus at Fourth and Maple, in North Little Rock. Web documents indicate a man with the ...
| March 05 2014 - NLR police shoot suspect after reported disturbance on bus|
A man who had been causing a disturbance on a Central Arkansas Transit bus was shot at least once Wednesday afternoon on a downtown North Little Rock sidewalk after he attacked a police officer with a cane, authorities said.
| March 05 2014 - UPDATE: Officer fatally wounds older man causing disturbance on bus in North Little Rock|
Fox 16 is reporting that both a suspect and a North Little Rock police officer have been taken to a hospital after the officer shot the man. UPDATE: The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette is reporting that a man who'd been causing a disturbance on a CAT bus was shot after attacking an officer with a cane outside the First Presbyterian Church downtown. He'd died later at a hospital. The injuries to the ...
| March 04 2014 - the Academy Awards|
A bus carrying members of Florida State University's track and field team has slid off a state highway in northwest Arkansas, but no one is injured.