So much has happened in downtown Kansas City since Main Street MAX was introduced as the city’s premier bus route a decade ago. Downtown’s population is exploding. The central business district is bustling. Downtown is alive with entertainment at the Sprint Center, the Power & Light District and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
Just like the city that has changed over time, Main Street MAX is due for a change to better meet our riders’ travel demands. That’s why the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is studying ways to improve Main Street MAX, possibly by giving the service a straighter route through downtown. The KCATA is setting out to enhance Main Street MAX by:
The KCATA is studying how Main Street MAX can better serve riders. Those possibilities include changing Main Street MAX so it has a straighter route through downtown. No date has been set for any proposed improvements. Here’s what’s being examined:
Representatives from the KCATA will be riding Main Street MAX from July 25 through Aug. 7 to survey customers about potential changes. There are several other ways to tell us what you think.
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