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App Center and WiFi

These applications can help you find information on the go. RideKC's apps include Transit, Freedom On-Demand and TransLoc for Micro Transit apps. We recommend reading reviews of the apps to determine if an app fits your needs. Some of the apps include only KCATA information, while others include multiple transit agencies. 

WiFi

WiFi is available on board most buses.  All KCATA and Johnson County buses provide free WiFi. The Prospect MAX has free WiFi at stations from south Kansas City to downtown. The KC Streetcar has free WiFi along the 2.2 mile line in downtown Kansas City, Mo.

Apps

Transit App 

The official app of RideKC. Provides real-time information about the next bus or train arrival in Kansas City and many other cities. Includes a trip planner.
Cost: Free
Platform: iOSAndroid
Developer: The Transit App

On-Demand app

Freedom On-Demand

This  app-based option offers same day taxi service getting you where you need to go, when you need to get there. Designed for paratransit trips and available for everyone.  
Cost: The app is free. Ride cost based on ADA eligibility and distance.
Platform: iOS, Android
Developer: RideKC/MTData LLC

Microtransit

TransLoc

RideKC is working with an app partner to offer a ride-hailing micro transit pilots in Johnson County and Wyandotte County. See details for Micro Transit services 199 and 499.  
Cost: The app is free. Fare is $1.50 per trip.
Platform: iOS, Android
Developer: RideKC/Trans Loc

RideKC Bike app

RideKC Bike

RideKC offers three great shared-use mobility options to choose from: new electric-assist bikes, pedal bikes, and electric powered scooters. Pick the one you want to roll with below to get started.
Cost: The app is free. Bike and scooter rental are fee-based.
Platform: iOS, Android
Developer: Dropbike

Web services

 

Google Maps

Provides public transit directions (trip planning) and information.
Platforms: Web

Its A Bus Tracker - ItsAB.us

This mobile-friendly version of WebWatch comes from rider, @omnay.
Cost: Free
Platform: Web
Developers: @omnay/Sprout Software

   

KCATA makes its Google Transit feed available for software developers. To learn more about this project, visit http://www.kcata.org/transit_data.