Director: Ken Savage 

Fort Smith Transit provides transportation open to the general public within the city limits of Fort Smith. Our organization performs fixed route and origin to destination transportation services as well as a limited charter service by advance request. The fixed route service consists of a network of buses that travel the major avenues and some residential areas within the city. All fixed route buses are equipped with lifts for mobility devices and most routes traverse toward the downtown area once per hour to accommodate transfers as needed. Demand response or paratransit buses are available for passengers with mobility challenges that prevent access to the fixed routes or for passengers traveling to or from destinations considered outside the fixed route network area. Transit staff is well trained and can assist you with navigating the routes, selecting optimum travel times, purchasing vouchers, or simply learning to position a mobility device on a lift or inside the bus.
Please call our offices to speak with a dispatcher at 479-783-6464 or continue browsing for further information.

For hearing impaired, please call Arkansas Relay Services by dialing 7-1-1. 


All passenger information is available upon request and can be provided in an alternate language, audio or braille.


FST does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its program or activities.


The next Transit Advisory Commission meeting will be Wednesday, November 10th at 12:00 pm at 6821 Jenny Lind Road.

There will be a Free Ride Day on Friday, November 19th.

FST will run full service on Veteran's Day, Thursday, November 11th.



All FST buses are now equipped with free Wifi. The network name is FS_Transit_Public. The password is FSTransit!


FST will be constructing a new awning at the transfer station, located at 200 Wheeler, over the next few months. Please be mindful of the construction area and please be patient as we work hard to improve our facility for our passenger's comfort. 

          The Transit Department is continuing all transit services and is taking the following precautionary steps relating to the COVID-19 events at this time. As a part of its normal routine, the department cleans buses, facilities and equipment by schedule, and performs routine fogging of the busses with a commercial sanitizer. The department is performing the same steps listed above as well as additional cleaning of facilities and spraying commercial disinfectant of all buses nightly.

          We encourage all passengers to practice good hygiene and social distancing where possible.