City of Eureka Springs Accepts Credit Card Payments for Trolley Transit System

Public transit began in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, in 1891 with the

purchase of 10 street cars. Since that time, the City of Eureka Springs

has offered public transportation to residents and visitors daily

through the city Trolley Transit System which covers every area of town

from East to West and North to South. With approximately 1.1 million

visitors annually to the largest historic district in Arkansas, the City

of Eureka Springs Trolley System provides roughly 162,000 rides annually.

As an added convenience to customers, through a partnership with the

Information Network of Arkansas, the City of Eureka Springs now accepts

Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards for Trolley ticket purchases

at the following locations:

Eureka Springs Transit & Welcome Center
137 W Van Buren

Springs, AR 72632

Planer Hill Park & Ride Welcome Center
177 S Main Street

Downtown Trolley Depot
60 S Main Street


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