Beginning Aug. 2, weekday schedules restored to several routes. RideKC service moves to the East Village Transit Center at 12th and Charlotte, and 10th and Main closes.Read more
This page will be updated daily with important information about transit service during the COVID pandemic.Read more
As the Kansas City region begins to slowly reopen, RideKC has created a tentative framework to restore service as the region weathers the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Central to our plan is connecting people to opportunities, and ensuring access for jobs and services at hospitals, other medical care, pharmacies, grocery and food services, and other essential services.Read more
Printed bus schedules and maps are now available by request only. RideKC will mail you schedules: just call or email us.Read more
The Regional Call Center will operate weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., effective Monday, Aug. 3.Read more
RideKC will begin using Transit as its official app for trip planning and real-time information, effective May 6. When fare collection resumes in the Kansas City area, Transit will also allow customers to pay their fare with the app. This will replace the existing RideKC app.Read more
RideKC Freedom paratransit changes:
All passengers must wear face coverings to reduce the spread of COIVD-19.
RideKC Freedom On-Demand will have a limit of 200 trips per day.
Beginning Monday, April 13, routes in Johnson County will run a reduced daily schedule.Read more
Spring in Kansas City brings the chance of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the region. During most storms, your travel will not be affected. However, Kansas City may experience severe storms or tornado warnings. In the most severe storms or during a tornado warning in the immediate area of your bus, the bus operator will give you directions about safety. The dispatch office will be in contact with bus operators during severe weather.Read more