Fayetteville is committed to being a "walkable" and "bike-able" city. The City has more than 45 miles of biking and walking trails, and has set a goal of having trail access within 1/2 mile of every resident. New trails and connections are being built every year.
Recently the City and the University of Arkansas have partnered with VeoRide, Inc. to bring the region's first bike-share program to Fayetteville. For a small fee, visitors and residents alike can pick up a VeoRide bicycle at key points around the city, ride it to their destination, and then leave it parked for another rider. Click here to learn more about VeoRide.
Fayetteville is served by two bus systems: Ozark Regional Transit and Razorback Transit, which serves the University of Arkansas.
There are several Taxi companies operating in Fayetteville. Taxis are not usually available to hail from the street, but you may call a taxi service to pick you up. Uber and Lyft are car share services in which residents use their own cars to provide rides via a web site or app.