In addition to providing high quality transit services, the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is an employer as well as a partner of business and other community organizations. In this section, you can learn more about the future of transit in the Kansas City metropolitan area, as well as information on business opportunities available with The Metro. You also can view job postings and download the necessary job application information.
We are committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its services on the basis of race, color or national origin. Learn more about Title VI and civil rights programs.
For general information call 816-346-0200. Or visit our Customer Service and Media Relations sections for your more specific needs.
The KCATA Procurement Department is committed to providing the best product at the most economical price, while matching the right vendor with the specifications required by the KCATA user.
Find out how The Metro's operating budget of over million is funded by revenue from Ridership, and the help of Local, State, and Federal Governments.
The KCATA strives to provide a safe, reliable and innovative system that grows to meet the changing transit needs of metropolitan Kansas City.
A mass transit system is an effective way to help address the issues of environmental pollution. The KCATA is committed to being part of the solution.
KCATA is committed to working in the Metro Kansas City community through partnerships with organizations and schools, businesses and individuals.
Are you interested in working for The Metro? If yes, then you???ve come to the right place. The Metro can offer opportunities for career advancement, a competitive benefits package and a great work atmosphere.