Johnson County is rolling out a new color scheme and brand for its bus fleet, replacing the 18-year-old design featuring the capital letters “JO.”
Johnson County buses will now be painted blue with a streak of gray and feature the “RideKC” logo, the regional brand for all buses in the Kansas City area. The rebranding initiative does not affect bus service or time schedules. Riders should confirm they are boarding the correct bus by watching the overhead sign above the windshield.
RideKC represents the vision for transit in the greater Kansas City area. It is one identity under which all transit services and information can be found. As transit agencies and providers, we are focusing on what unites us and how to best serve the public. The new RideKC initiative is intended to create one transit brand, regardless of where riders live in the Kansas City area. The same brand that’s used in Johnson County is employed in Wyandotte County, Kansas City, and coming to Independence.
For further information, contact the Regional Call Center at 816.221.0660, weekdays from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. or visit RideKC.org.