This is your one-stop website for trip planning, maps and schedules, and everything you need to RideKC.
Make your plan to vote. RideKC fares are suspended, so enjoy a free ride!
Remember, masks are required on board buses and at stops.
On Election Day, Arrowhead Stadium will serve as a one-time polling location for registed KCMO voters who reside in Jackson County. RideKC will provide transit from downtown to Arrowhead.
RideKC Navigator is a custom mobile app that provides wayfinding assistance and detailed directions for people with vision impairments or blindness. RideKC Navigator is available along Prospect MAX. Learn more and download the app.
Micro Transit is expanding in Johnson County, with access to more groceries, more services, more libraries, more job opportunities.
Check out the map, and download the app.
The East Village Transit Center at 12th and Charlotte is now the main downtown transit facility.
Nearly 20 routes serve the new transit center.
Under new local orders, face coverings will be required on RideKC buses and on KC Streetcar. Face coverings may include masks, bandanas, scarves or other cloth coverings.
Transit is now RideKC’s official "plan, track and pay" mobile app.
Download Transit on your Apple or Android device to get started!
RideKC is proactively taking steps to protect customers and employees. Click on "Get Updates" for the latest. Fares are suspended and most riders should board through the back door.
RideKC can help you vote now or on Election Day. Fares have been suspended due to COVID, although RideKC traditionally offers free rides on Election Day.Read More
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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.