Northeast corner of Bannister & Blue Ridge, across from Walgreens.
The transit center’s features include real-time bus arrival signs and Smart City kiosks, bike racks, shelters, 26 park-and-ride spaces, lighting, and accessible ramps for riders with disabilities.
31st & Troost
3rd & Grand
The City of Kansas City, Missouri, and City Market charges for parking at 3rd & Grand, consistent with the overall parking policy in the River Market area. Parking fees at this lot is $1 per hour, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. About thirty spaces will be reserved for transit riders. Each spot will have a sign that indicates it is for transit riders.
4th & Nelson
Park in the library parking lot on 4th, south of Nelson.
66th & Hilltop
Park in the lot at the south end of Price Chopper.
74th Terr. & Broadway
Parking lot available between Broadway and Wornall.
Southeast corner of 75th & Prospect
Vivion & Antioch
151st & Antioch
Park in the lot at the church at 151st and Antioch.
Near I-29 & Barry Road.
At the southeast corner of 7th & Minnesota.
At the southeast corner of 12th & Charlotte in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
East Village serves as the downtown anchor for the 10-mile Prospect MAX line. The location provides frequent east-west connections to the core of downtown from East Village. The transit center will be accessible for people with disabilities including level boarding, provide bike racks, have RideKC Bike rentals, and have plenty of real-time information. By the end of the year, free public WiFi will be available. An indoor waiting area is expected to open when COVID-19 is no longer a local threat. The Customer Service Lobby at 18th and Forest will be relocated to 12th and Charlotte at that time. Lost and Found pick up is by appointment at East Village.
Gregory & Wornall
Truman & Noland
Park in designated spots on the north side of the transit center.
Park at the JCCC Garage East near Midwest Trust Center.