Saturday, 19 May 2018


Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART)
With 22 routes covering the Resort district and major destinations in surrounding cities, Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART) is changing the way travelers explore Orange County. Touring the town sans rental car is a viable option thanks to the continued additions of new service areas and enhancements offered by ART. The hop-on, hop-off service begins and ends at the Disneyland Resort Transportation Center, making it easy for visitors to take advantage of the affordable transportation option. ARTs has only eco-friendly electric, natural gas and zero emission buses which makes for a 100% clean fuel fleet.

Here, discover five ways ART helps connect visitors to places to stay, play and dine across Anaheim and Orange County.

1. It provides cost-effective transportation to explore Anaheim at nearly any time of the day. 
Passes are available in one- ($5.50), three- ($14) and five-day ($23) increments with generously discounted fare for children two and under and senior citizens ages 65 and older. Routes run every 10 to 30 minutes depending on the line, beginning as early as 6:15 a.m. and departing as late as 12:30 a.m.

2. Connections to 73 hotels and several key visitor destinations make it easier than ever to navigate Anaheim. 
“Every location that we serve, we try to be right at the main entrance because we understand that the guest may not be familiar with the area,” says Diana Kotler, executive director of ART. “We want to make sure there is as little confusion as possible.”

3. Bus schedules and real-time updates are at your fingertips with mobile technology. 
“There are two ways visitors can get notices,” Kotler says. “They can go to our mobile website (, or they can go with the Text2Go function and get real-time bus arrival information through text message.” ART currently supports mobile ticketing through the Token Transit app, which allows visitors to order passes on the fly (passengers may also visit one of 13 kiosks or participating hotels). This fall, ART is launching its own Ride ART app with enhanced functionality.

4. Explore Anaheim's hidden gems with hop-on, hop-off access. 
In addition to servicing major destinations like Disneyland Resort, the Anaheim Convention Center and Angel Stadium, ART brings visitors closer to attractions and locales that are off the beaten tourist path. Charming spots like Muzeo, Anaheim’s history and culture center, and the weekly farmers market at Center City, are accessible via the Downtown Packing District line.

5. Shop and dine your way across Orange County. 
While the majority of routes operate in the Anaheim Resort area, ART service also extends to Costa Mesa, Buena Park and Orange. Visit destinations like Segerstrom Center for the Arts, South Coast Plaza, The Outlets at Orange, Medieval Times and Knott’s Berry Farm. “We try and structure our services to make sure that Orange County’s attractions are covered and guests that visit do not need to rent a car—they can use our mobility services,” Kotler says.

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