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Anaheim Resort Transit

Anaheim Resort Transit
logo
Slogan The ART of Getting from Here to There[1]
Parent City of Anaheim[2]
Founded 1998[3]
Headquarters 1280 Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim, California 92805[4]
Service area Greater Anaheim Resort, Orange County, California, United States[5][6]
Service type Tourist trolley[6]
Routes 18[7]
Stops 70[7]
Destinations Anaheim train station
Anaheim GardenWalk
Anaheim Convention Center
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
The Block at Orange
Crystal Cathedral
Discovery Science Center
Disneyland Resort
Honda Center
Knott's Berry Farm
Westfield MainPlace
Hubs Disneyland Resort Main Transportation Center[7]
Fleet 34[2]
Fuel type LPG[2]
Operator Anaheim Transportation Network[2][8]
Chief executive Diana Kotler[4]
Website http://www.RideART.org

Anaheim Resort Transit (ART), established in 1998 as the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN),[3] is a mass transportation provider in the Anaheim Resort area[6] and its environs[5] in Orange County, California, United States. ART uses a fleet of tourist trolleys[6] to provide access to hotels, malls, and tourist-related enterprises, which are the main destinations connected by the system.[9]

In 2005, Citizens Against Government Waste criticized an earmark for ART from the United States Congress as wasteful spending.[10]

In 2010, Disney contracted with ART to run shuttles from a Disney-owned parking lot to the Disneyland Resort.[6][11]

Route list and Frequencies

ART runs 18 fixed routes[7] over parts of Garden Grove, Orange, and Anaheim.[5]

Number Route Frequency {Subject to Change}
1 South Harbor Boulevard Every 20 Minutes
2 South Harbor Boulevard Every 20 Minutes
3 Harbor Boulevard Every 20 Minutes
4 Convention Way Every 20 Minutes
5 Convention Way Every 20 Minutes
6 South Harbor Boulevard and Orangewood Avenue Every 20 Minutes
7 East Katella Avenue via Clementine Street Every 20 Minutes
8 East Katella Avenue via Clementine Street Every 20 Minutes
9 Katella Avenue Every 20 Minutes
10 North Anaheim Boulevard via Ball Road Every 20 Minutes
11 Ball Road Every 20 Minutes
12 Katella Avenue via Manchester Avenue Every 20 Minutes
14 Garden Grove Blvd/Amtrak Every 30 Minutes
15 State College Boulevard and Katella Avenue/Amtrak Every 60 Minutes
16 Katella Avenue and Disney Way Every 60 Minutes
17 Harbor Blvd Every 20 Minutes
18 Buena Park/Knott's Berry Farm Every 60-120 Minutes
19 Santa Ana Every 60 Minutes

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