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To work, to class and to shop: Expanded transportation options will offer better regional connections to jobs, higher education, and hot shopping spots. New service coming to Overland Park, Shawnee, Merriam, Prairie Village and Leawood.
Starting May 13, late-night service will begin on Main Street MAX, connecting to the new downtown streetcar. Expanded bus service will now be available until 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights.
Starting in May, residents in downtown Kansas City, Mo., and River Market will be able to travel to jobs near KU Medical Center, Hospital Hill, Union Station, and West 39th Street on RideKC: Bridj
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Learn more about how public transportation throughout is creating access to opportunities.
It's the easy, affordable way to get around. The $3 Day Pass is available on Metro and IndeBus, and good for all local routes, including those in Kansas City, Johnson County, and Independence.
KCATA teamed up with Jackson County for Bringing Kansas City to Jackson County Parks. This is a summer event to bring children from around the Kansas City area to different park beaches for a fun activity.Read More
Two Kansas City Police Officers have been brought on board at KCATA to protect our operators and the riding public.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.