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Ozark Regional Transit Explains Route Changes For Fayetteville

Posted: February 26, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF DAVID GOTTSCHALK Bobby Phoumsengkeo, center, bus operator with Ozark Regional Transit, walks with Rob Arttus Tuesday as he carries his 1-day-old son Wyatt Arttus while transferring buses at the Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville. Mother Stephanie Ritter carries the stroller as she exits the bus on route 41. Ozark Regional Transit is proposing a change in different bus routes in an effort to serve more areas in Fayetteville and cut commuter time.

Beverly Flohrs stood in front of a large, poster-sized map showing the changes to route 41, one of two routes serving Fayetteville to be split.

At A Glance

Planned Changes

Ozark Regional Transit plans to split routes 41 and 40 and serve more areas of Fayetteville faster. Tentative plans would serve areas including the Fayetteville Industrial Park, Washington County Jail, Cliffs Apartments and Hill Place Apartments.

Source: Staff Report

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