How to Ride the Bus

All PBT buses are ADA accessible and equipped with wheelchair lifts and securement devices. All PBT buses are low-floor buses allowing for more convenient, safer boarding and alighting by both wheelchair and ambulatory passengers. Instructions 1) Stand at a designated bus stop, have your EXACT FARE or bus pass ready, and signal to the approaching […]

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Para transit (ADA) Policies Eligibility Persons who are certified under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as having disabilities are eligible to use our Para transit services. The service is available to persons whose disability prevents them from riding fixed-route buses. In order to qualify for service, the applicant and the applicant’s health-care provider must complete […]


Title IV

Title VI Program Notice of Title VI Rights The Pine Bluff Transit Authority hereby gives public notice of its policy to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its transit service on the basis of race, color, or national origin, as provided by Title VI of the Civil […]


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History

The city of Pine Bluff has had a transit system since 1886, when it was operated by Walter “Wiley” Jones , Jones became one of the first African Americans in the nation to receive a franchise to operate a mule-drawn streetcar system. Pine Bluff Transit is the oldest transit system in the state of Arkansas.   In 1974, Pine […]