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Grand over 670 reopened Dec. 2
RideKC wants your feedback about vehicles used for MAX. Take the survey online, or look for RideKC employees conducting the survey on buses the week of Dec. 5.
Students at UMKC, KCAI and MCCKC have access to all RideKC buses for FREE. Take RideKC to class, to work, or to play: downtown, Johnson County, The Plaza, Midtown and more.
RideKC connects Kansas City. Whether it’s classes at UMKC, a job in downtown, or dinner in the River Market, RideKC will get you there.
Cruise Johnson County's popular K-10 Connector between Overland Park and Lawrence. Just $3 a ride, starting Oct. 3. And lower prices on 10-ride and 31-day passes.
Late-night service now available on Main Street MAX and Troost MAX, connecting to the new downtown streetcar.
Expanded bus service will now be available until 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights.
Download the app - use promo code KCBRIDJ for 10 FREE RIDES.
RideKC: Bridj serves downtown Kansas City, Mo., River Market, 12th Street, KU Medical Center, Hospital Hill, Union Station, and West 39th Street.
Since fall classes began Aug. 22, Metropolitan Community College has had about 6,200 students riding each week — about one-third of our students. This breaks down to about 1,240 MCC riders per day.Read More
The KCATA gave residents another glimpse into detailed plans for a new generation bus rapid transit line serving Prospect Avenue. Early this month, about 75 people turned out at Alphapointe – located at the most southern point of the route – to get an idea about how Prospect MAX will serve their community.Read More
Businesses throughout the Kansas City region provide convenient access to purchase a variety of passes.
Transit Centers provide a comfortable, safe environment for customers as they wait for and transfer between buses. Information kiosks display bus departure times for routes serving each location.