RideKC routes and Micro Transit in Johnson County, Kan., are changing this year as part of several pilot programs to improve public transportation. See RideKC.org or printed bulletins on buses for changes to other local transit service in Johnson County. These changes will improve the quality and level of service of transit in the county and make public transportation in Johnson County a more viable mode of travel for residents by offering more frequent, reliable service.
475 Quivira-75th Street will no longer enter the Oak Park Mall parking lot but serve the mall at bus stops at Quivira Road and 95th Street in order to streamline the route. 475 will continue to operate between the University of Kansas-Edwards Campus in Overland Park and the 75th and Troost Transit Center in Kansas City, Mo. 475 will continue to connect to Main MAX and Troost MAX. The route will no longer have flex capability during the midday. Micro Transit will continue to offer curb-to-curb service in this area.
On weekdays, 475 will continue to run hourly from run from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. The times on the route will change.
To submit a comment about the changes, call the RideKC Planning Line 816-346-0300 or by email email@example.com.
For route and schedule information, visit RideKC.org any time or call the RideKC Regional Call Center at 816-221-0660, weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. We offer translation assistance for trip information in more than 50 languages.
El Centro de Llamadas Regional de RideKC brinda asistencia con la traducción al 816-221-0660, de lunes a viernes de 6 a.m. a 6 p.m. Lo conectaremos con un intérprete que puede traducir la información del viaje en más de 50 idiomas.