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METRO Streetcar operates three cars along two routes for six days of the week, operating two cars along the Blue Line on Sundays. Each streetcar has two wheelchair lifts and can accommodate four individuals using wheelchairs at a time.
Major stops include 120 Main Street in North Little Rock’s Argenta District (the Verizon Arena stop) and at West Markham and Scott Streets in Little Rock (the Little Rock Marriott stop). Both stops have shelters and benches for passengers waiting for the next streetcar. Other stops with shelters and benches include Main and 5th Streets and Main Street and Bishop Lindsey Avenue in North Little Rock and the World Avenue and 3rd Street stop (Clinton Presidential Center/Heifer International stop) and 2nd and Scott Streets stop (Historic Arkansas Museum stop) in Little Rock. The remaining nine stops offer branded streetcar signs along the route, some with electronic boards displaying real-time streetcar arrival information.