Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART), established in 1998 as the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN) and formerly known as Anaheim Resort Transit, is a mass transportation provider in the Anaheim Resort area and its environs in Orange County, California, United States. ART uses a fleet of vehicles, including tourist trolleys, to provide access to hotels, malls, and tourist-related enterprises, which are the main destinations connected by the system.
Transdev Is the operator, they have been contracted to run the Bus drivers and maintenance of the vehicles.
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ART is a quasi-government agency organized as a nonprofit corporation. Its board of directors is made up of representatives from hotels, local government, tourist attractions, and other businesses in the Anaheim Resort and Platinum Triangle. Diana Kotler is the executive director of the organization.
|Route number(s)||Route name|
|1, 2||Harbor Boulevard Line|
|3, 4, 5||Grand Plaza Line|
|6, 7, 8||Hotel Circle Clementine Line|
|9||Katella Avenue Line|
|10||Downtown Packing District Line|
|11||Ball Road Line|
|12||Manchester Avenue Line|
|14, 15||ARTIC Sports Complex Line|
|17, 21||Canyon Line|
|18||Buena Park Line|
|19||Santa Ana Line|
|20||Toy Story Line|
|22||Costa Mesa / South Coast Plaza Line|
Disney is leasing the vehicles and hiring the drivers through Anaheim Resort Transit – the public organization that runs the red trolleys and other vehicles in the Disney area. www.rideart.org
The park worked with the Anaheim Transportation Network and MV Transportation to hire the former OCTA drivers and lease the buses.
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