The annual Celebration at the Station will be held at Union Station on Sunday, May 26. The FREE outdoor concert featuring the Kansas City Symphony starts at 8 p.m. between Union Station and Liberty Memorial. The fireworks display begins after the concert.
Memorial Day service operates on Sunday schedule.
Spring in Kansas City brings the chance of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the region. During most storms, your travel on The Metro will not be affected.
However, Kansas City may experience severe storms or tornado warnings. In the most severe storms or during a tornado warning in the immediate area of your Metro bus, the bus operator will give you directions about safety. The Metro’s dispatch office will be in contact with bus operators during severe weather.
Buses Reroute In Crown Center Area For The Jiggle Jam Family Festival
Amy Thompson Run reroutes 57-Wornall.
The printed schedule for The Metro’s 35-35th Street has an incorrect date on the cover. The new schedule is effective May 19, 2013, rather than 2012.
Effective Sunday, May 19, scheduled times on The Metro’s 108-Indiana route will change. Several more morning trips will travel to the Kansas City Zoo throughout the week. Additionally, weekday times will change to help buses stay on schedule.
Effective Monday, May 20, all scheduled times on weekdays will change on The Metro’s 35-35th St. route. The times were adjusted to help buses stay on schedule.
Effective Monday, May 20, all scheduled times on weekdays and Saturdays will change on The Metro’s 12-12th St. route. The times were adjusted to help buses stay on schedule.
For $12 a month, 12- to 18-year-olds can get a Tranz It and take The Metro and MAX to work, school or anywhere The Metro goes.
Effective Sunday, April 14, the MetroFlex office will change the hours it accepts calls.
Effective March 31, 2013, The Metro’s 229-Tiffany Springs MetroFlex will be discontinued and replaced with new service. Customers will no longer need to call MetroFlex to set up trips. The Metro will provide fixed-route service in this area on routes 129, 230 and 231. Buses will make passenger stops at designated Metro bus stops.
KCATA is beginning an effort to examine a wide range of potential improvements for downtown bus service and circulation.
The Metro will reroute buses because of the road closure at Blue Ridge Blvd. & Longview Rd until further notice.
Effective Sunday, March 31, The Metro will implement improvements on routes serving Boardwalk Square MetroCenter, Prairie View Rd., Kansas City International Airport and downtown Kansas City. Improvements include more service, including new weeknight, Saturday and Sunday fixed-route service to KCI and Tiffany Springs. All scheduled times will be affected. These improvements are the result of a comprehensive, multi-year effort by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority to better match transit demand throughout the city of Kansas City, Mo.