RideKC will operate on a Sunday/Holiday schedule for Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 22.
KCATA and three area school districts will announce a new Student Pass Program that will give thousands of ninth through 12th graders free, unlimited access to public transportation throughout the region. The pep-rally style news conference starts at 3 p.m. on Oct. 30, at Manual Career Tech Center at 1215 E. Truman Road.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) and the City of Kansas City, Mo., will break ground on the Prospect MAX Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project with a ceremonial groundbreaking at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, at 12th and Charlotte streets (southeast corner).
KCATA, in cooperation with the City of Independence, Mo., is proud to announce the expansion of RideKC Freedom On-Demand paratransit services in Independence.
RideKC routes will offer free fares all day on Nov. 6, 2018, to make it easier for citizens to vote.
Johnson County, Kan., and KCATA are conducting an analysis of all bus service in the county. KCATA and Johnson County will share recommended changes to bus routes at meetings in October 2018. The goals of this project are to improve transit service and efficiency, and to implement recommendations of Mid-America Regional Council’s SmartMoves 3.0 regional transit plan.
KCATA will host two public meetings next week to provide updates about the Prospect MAX Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.
KCATA will hold a community meeting to discuss its Bus Rapid Transit Planning and Feasibility Study for Independence Ave.
The KC Streetcar project team recently applied for federal funding for the Main Street Extension to University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), marking a crucial step in moving the street extension project towards construction.
RideKC routes will offer free fares all day on Tuesday, Aug. 7, to make it easier for citizens to vote.
KCATA will host a ceremonial building demolition event at 10 a.m. Aug. 1, 2018, on the southeast corner of 27th & Prospect.
KCATA welcomed Joe Peterson to the Board of Commissioners. Peterson was appointed to the Board by Mayor and CEO of Unified Government of Wyandotte County/ Kansas City Ks. David Alvey.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) welcomed Anne Post to the Board of Commissioners. Post was appointed to the Board by Kansas City, Mo. Mayor Sly James and started in April.
KCATA, 3 Trails West, Inc. and the National Park Service will dedicate a major transit hub which is both high-tech and historic at 12:30 p.m., May 31. The 3-Trails Transit Center is at 9449 Blue Ridge Blvd.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority continues its award-winning track record as one of the safest and most secure transit authorities in the country.