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402, 405, 435, 482, 519, 563, 569 and 595 change April 1. The changes are the first phase of implementation the Comprehensive Operations Analysis conducted in 2018. Maps and schedules are online.
Several events will detour buses this weekend: Trolley Run, Sunday in Waldo, Brookside, Plaza; Walk for Wishes, Saturday in downtown; and the AIDS Walk, Saturday near the Plaza.
Have a bike? Learn how to use the bike racks on every RideKC bus.
Want to rent a bike? Learn about the electric and non-motorized options avialable from RideKC Bike.
RideKC’s 29 Blue Ridge Limited add service to Grandview beginning April 1, 2019. 29 will serve several businesses and residential destinations including Truman’s Marketplace, Oak Tree Square Apartments, and Grandview City Hall.
Arriving now: NEW Micro Transit will operate weekdays in Johnson County. RideKC is working with an app partner to offer this 6-month ride-hailing micro transit pilot. Download your free-ride coupons.
Track your RideKC bus with our real-time information.
Mobile and desktop information available.
Read how RideKC helped the show Queer Eye surprise a rider, and meet the man behind the wheel.Read More
RideKC was recently honored with two awards for its marketing and communications efforts.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.