MAX gets fans to Big 12 basketball tournament
(Kansas City, Mo. – March 7, 2017) The Big 12 Basketball Championship is in Kansas City this week, and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) offers the no-parking transit option to get fans to the games fast and conveniently.
On March 8-11, Main St. MAX will offer frequent service throughout the tournament to the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City, Mo.
Three fare options are available: RideKC fare is $1.50 per ride. An all-day pass costs $3, and can be purchased on the bus. Three-Day Visitor Passes are available for $10 at KCATA offices, 1200 E. 18th Street.
Please see the map below for stops.
Main St. MAX service to Sprint Center: Northbound buses from The Plaza/Waldo to 3rd & Grand will stop at the Arena station at 12th & Grand. Southbound buses from 3rd & Grand will stop at the 11th at Grand station. The Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championship will be held at Sprint Center, 1407 Grand.
- Wednesday, March 8: MAX will operate every 10 minutes in the afternoon rush hour, and every 15 minutes at night.
- Thursday, March 9: MAX will operate every 10 minutes during the midday and afternoon rush hour, and every 15 minutes at night.
- Friday, March 10: MAX will operate every 10 minutes in the afternoon rush hour, and every 15 minutes at night.
- Saturday, March 11: During the day MAX will provide service every 15 minutes, and every 15 to 30 minutes at night.
For further information, visit us online at http://www.ridekc.org or call the Regional Call Center at (816) 221-0660 weekdays from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.