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Wearing a face mask that covers the nose and mouth is required, at shelters/transit centers, in boarding areas, on RideKC vehicles. This is required under a national order from TSA and CDC, and remains in effect until at least September.
The Kansas City Marathon is Saturday, Oct. 16. Setup for the race will impact 47 Broadway on Friday, Oct. 15.
Prepare with info on bus detours.
RideKC buses and RideKC Freedom are Zero Fare through 2023. Fares are being changed on Freedom On-Demand and on 199 Micro Transit in KCK and 499 Micro Transit in Johnson County.
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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.
KCATA partnered with the ReDiscover to implement a pilot program that will give resources to homeless individuals on buses and at transit stops around Kansas City, Missouri.Read More
On March 18, transit systems across the globe will pay tribute to their hardworking operators when they celebrate Transit Driver Appreciation Day (TDAD).Read More
During the last week of Black History Month, KCATA staff had the opportunity to hear from Michael Kelley, BikeWalkKC Policy Director, about how transportation planning has often negatively impacted communities of color.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.