Jefferson Lines has introduced direct interline connection for passengers traveling between Tulsa, Okla. and Fayetteville, Ark, according to the agency's press release.
“Jefferson Lines has been a proud interline bus partner in Oklahoma since 1981,” says Steve Woelfel, president/CEO of Jefferson Lines. “Our new partnership with the State of Oklahoma DOT not only provides more convenient departures and arrival opportunities for passengers, but also decreases motorcoach travel time by 50%, creates same-day round-trip travel, and ultimately creates a more reliable, affordable, and convenient travel option into Arkansas.”
Jefferson’s new service directly benefits the communities of Tulsa, West Siloam Springs, and Fayetteville, with future plans for an additional stop in Locust Grove, Okla. along the way.
Round-trip service is offered to residents and visitors in both states between university campuses. The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville is now connected to Oklahoma State University (OSU) in both Tulsa and Stillwater courtesy of Jefferson’s coordination with Big Orange Bus (BOB).
Passengers will continue to experience free passenger Wi-Fi, reclining seats, individual climate control, and the Jefferson Clean Commitment.