Local Public Transportation in Louisville
The Transit Authority of River City (TARC) provides public transportation in the Greater Louisville area.
TARC Trolleys service downtown Louisville’s business district, and riders are able to use the trolleys free of charge.
The 4th Street Trolley travels on 4th Street, from Theatre Square to the Galt House. Trolleys travel Fourth Street Live via Liberty, 3rd, Muhammad Ali and 5th. Green signs indicate stops for the 4th Street Trolley.
The Main Street Trolley travels a circular route on Main and Market from 10th to Campbell. Red signs indicate Main/Market Trolley stops.
All TARC buses accommodate wheelchairs and are equipped with bike racks. Union Station is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM and Saturday from 9 AM to Noon.
- Adult cash fare $1.75
- Senior Citizens 65+ 80¢
- Citizens with Disabilities 80¢
- 10 Ride Tickets—Regular Strip of 10 for $15
- 10 Ride Special Tickets (Valid for seniors 65+, Students 6-17 & Citizens with Disabilities) Strip of 10 for $8
All TARC routes are wheelchair accessible. The front of every TARC bus has priority seating for seniors and citizens with disabilities. All TARC routes feature buses with either lift mechanisms or ramps to assist customers in wheelchairs or with other mobility impairments.
Kneeling buses are available to make boarding easy for mobility-impaired passengers, including elderly persons and passengers using crutches or canes. Kneeling buses are identified with a decal near the front door.
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Last updated on Monday, February 11, 2013.
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