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.
The Board of Commissioners of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) has elected new officers for 2018. Daniel Serda, representing Wyandotte County, Ks., was re-elected Chairman at the January board meeting. David Bower, representing Jackson County, Mo., has been elected to serve as Vice Chairman.
Johnson County Commissioner Jim Allen has been named to the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority’s Board of Commissioners.
RideKC Receives FTA Green Light to Enter Project Development For The KC Streetcar Main St. Extension
KCATA, in partnership with KCSA and KCMO, received official authorization from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to move the KC Streetcar Main Street Extension project into the “Project Development” phase.
Area transit providers will observe the Christmas holiday on Monday, Dec. 25, and New Year’s Day holiday on Monday, Jan. 1.
Leavenworth Mayor Nancy Bauder has been named to the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority’s Board of Commissioners.
KCATA and MARC are developing the Leavenworth County Transit Plan.
RideKC, in coordination with the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), is hosting three public open houses for the 75th and Metcalf Transit and Pedestrian Access Improvement Plan in early December.
The Nov. 15 KCATA Board of Commissioners meeting will be held in Olathe.
The KC Streetcar Authority (KCSA) has approved moving forward with the next phase of technical work for the Streetcar Riverfront Extension and Multi-Modal project. The project management team consists of the KCSA, Port KC and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA)
Many RideKC routes will change next week, including both MAX bus rapid transit lines. The changes will improve the overall efficiency of transit service, and provide service that better matches local transit needs.
RideKC will launch a new route for Main Street MAX on Sunday, Oct. 1 with a free family celebration from 2 to 4 p.m. at Washington Square Park near Crown Center.
The bus stop at Kauffman Stadium and Arrowhead has had an extreme makeover, thanks to a joint effort by the Jackson County Sports Complex Authority (JCSCA) and the KCATA.