ART people CONDUCTOR
  • 1994 The Anaheim Resort® is created and Anaheim Resort Specific Plan Adopted by the City of Anaheim
  • 1995 ART is formed as a local non-profit Transportation Management Association by the City of Anaheim
  • 2001 First 10 electric buses delivered
  • 2002 Memorial Day 2002 ART services begin with 8 routes in The Anaheim Resort
  • 2004 Franchise awarded by the City of Anaheim
  • 2003 Service expands to the cities of Garden Grove and Orange
  • 2006 The Platinum Triangle Specific Plan Adopted by the City of Anaheim
  • 2007 Service to the Platinum Triangle begins connecting Anaheim Stadium Train Station, Platinum Triangle and The Anaheim Resort. Service expands to 15 routes
  • 2008 Federal Transit Administration designates ART as a public transit provider and nine new buses added to the fleet
  • 2009 ART moves its operations to a new facility
  • 2009 Fleet by 35 buses to begin service for Toy Story Transportation Center
  • 2011 New services begin to the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station, City of Santa Ana – MainPlace and Discovery Science Center and City of Buena Park with service to Knott’s Berry Farm and surrounding Entertainment District
  • 2012 21 new Compressed Natural Gas buses added for the fleet
  • 2014 ART buys and builds its new Administration and & Operations Facility
  • 2014 Service expands to Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC)
  • 2015 Service to the City Costa Mesa and South Coast Plaza
  • 2015 Connectivity via ARTIC to the Orange County Beach Communities initiated
  • 2016 ART added the first four all electric buses to its fleet