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A new program allows all area veterans to use RideKC transit for free with a RideKC Veterans Pass or other photo identification. This includes all RideKC service, from KCK to Independence, Johnson County to the Northland of Kansas City, Mo.
The savings add up when you use a 31-Day Pass. The popular $50 31-day pass is available online, along with the $25 reduced fare pass and the $95 express pass.
An online system map with all routes in the KC region is now available.
It reflects routes effective Jan. 1, 2017. View or download it now.
Track your RideKC bus with our real-time information.
Mobile and desktop information available.
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.
495 is adding transit service in Lenexa from Oak Park Mall to Lenexa’s City Center development at 87th Street and Renner Road. The new route reaches 2,300 households and 5,500 jobs.
RideKC is encouraging people to celebrate “Transit Driver Appreciation Day” on Friday, March 17.Read More
KCATA joins transit agencies from across Kansas to make the case for public transportation on Transit Day at the capitol.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.