Kansas City, Mo. - The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) anticipates the forecasted snow and ice storm may cause hazardous travel conditions and affect our transit service during the Friday evening rush hour and on Saturday.
Based on when the storm hits, there could be potential for service suspensions. This could impact the availability of afternoon commuter express trips, as well as all other service. Paratransit service will likely be affected and customers may want to consider rescheduling non-essential trips.
If temperatures dip lower than 10 degrees, a RideKC warming bus will stationed at 10th and Main for customers.
The best way to find out about schedule changes and reroutes is on our website www.ridekc.org. RideKC also distributes notices about system-wide delays through Twitter. Customers can follow RideKC at www.twitter.com/RideKCTransit and www.facebook.com/RideKC. RideKC service operated by KCATA offers real-time bus information through WebWatch.
Customers can find their individual routes and see where buses are on a real-time map at http://ridekc.org/rider-guide/track-your-bus. The RideKC App is available for Apple and Android smartphones and can be downloaded at http://ridekc.org/fares/mobile-payment-app.
The Regional Call Center, 816-221-0660, will be open Saturday morning from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.