The RideKC Next project is a comprehensive review and redesign of transit service focused on Kansas City, Mo. (KCMO), conducted by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) as part of our mission to connect people with opportunities.
What’s in the Network?
The core tenets of RideKC service are access to jobs, access to education, access to healthcare and equitable access for low-income residents who need it most. A frequent grid will connect more people to opportunity.
A simpler, easier and more efficient network.
Six RideKC Next informational webinars were held in November and December 2020.
Implementation is planned for Oct. 3, 2021. The KCATA Board of Commissioners approved the RideKC Next plan at the March 2021 board meeting.
An updated plan for the redesign of transit service focused on Kansas City, Mo., is ready for your review. The new plan represents changes resulting from extensive public outreach that occurred in early 2020, as well as additional technical and financial analysis. The goal of the revised plan is to provide a simpler, easier and more efficient network that connects more people to opportunity. The proposed restructuring seeks to balance ridership and coverage considerations, while accurately reflecting the values of communities in Kansas City. This includes establishing a frequent grid in the core of the transit network, while also providing flexible services that cover larger areas and provide access to the system.
You will be able to review the plan materials on this page. Maps and hours of service on a route-by-route basis are posted below. Route-by-route summaries are posted online.
RideKC will be seeking feedback on the revised plan in multiple phases, leading up to implementation.
If you have further questions or would like to submit a comment, please call 816.346.0300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.