Effective Wednesday, April 2, The Metro will reroute several buses for construction at 11th & Main (Petticoat Lane). Construction is expected to last until December.
When Grand Boulevard between 13th and Truman Road is closed for major events at the Sprint Center, the following reroutes will be in effect.
On Saturday, April 19, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., The Metro will reroute 27-27th St. and 51-Ward Parkway buses for the closure of 25th St. between Summit & Broadway.
On Thursday, April 24, from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., The Metro will reroute buses for the closure of 7th St. between Barnett & Ann.
On Friday, April 18, from 5:30 p.m. to approximately 7:30 p.m. the 104-Argentine, 106-Quindaro, and 107-7th Street buses will reroute for the Living Stations of the Cross on Good Friday.
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 dispatcher will be in contact with bus operators during severe weather.
The Metro’s new 31-Day Pass goes on sale online and at more locations starting Dec. 16, 2013! That’s exciting news for Metro customers in Kansas City, Liberty, Raytown and Kansas City, Ks.
On Monday, March 31, The Metro’s 24-Independence Ave. will reroute because of the closure of Independence Ave. between Ewing and Manchester. The reroute is expected to be in effect until mid-June.
Effective Thursday, March 27, The Metro’s 38-Meadowbrook, 54-Armour/Paseo and 133-Vivion/Antioch will reroute for construction on 13th & Walnut. The reroute is expected to last through September.
The 103-3rd St./Fairfax route will operate a new midday schedule beginning March 31. Times for midday trips were adjusted to accommodate new transfer connections with other Metro routes serving the 7th & Minnesota MetroCenter
Effective immediately, 102-Central will reroute because of the closure of James St. Bridge. Construction is expected to last until September.
On March 27, the Regional Transit Coordinating Council stakeholder forum will focus on creation of a regional “co-branding” strategy for the Kansas City region's transit system.
Effective Monday, March 24, the park-and-ride at 11th & Smith in downtown Blue Springs will close. The Metro’s 170-Blue Springs Express will no longer make passenger stops at that location. Metro customers should not park vehicles in this parking lot.
The Metro’s 39-39th St. will add Saturday night service in response to high ridership.
Effective Sunday, March 30, times will change on The Metro’s 101-State Ave. Connex, 104-Argentine, 106-Quindaro and 107-7th Street/Parallel.
Take The Metro to Royals games!
Effective Monday, March 31, The Metro’s 47-Broadway will provide service along Blue Ridge Cutoff and to Blue Ridge Crossing until 11 p.m. on weekdays and Saturdays. The extended hours will allow customers to travel to the Truman Sports Complex for Kansas City Royals night games. 47-Broadway offers service to downtown Kansas City, Mo., midtown neighborhoods, Country Club Plaza, east side neighborhoods, Truman Sports Complex and Blue Ridge Crossing.
Effective Monday, March 31, The Metro’s 38-Meadowbrook route near N. Oak and Indianola will change. Buses will stay on N. Oak between Indianola and Briarcliff. 38 will no longer travel on Indianola, 40th, Main, and Briarcliff west of N. Oak.
Effective Monday, March 31, the park-and-ride at 350 Highway & Westridge will close. The Metro’s 152-Lee’s Summit/Raytown Express will no longer pick up customers at that location. Metro customers should not park vehicles in this parking lot.
Effective Monday, March 31, The Metro’s 243-Riverside-Antioch will provide service along Prairie View Road to N.W. 64th St. and at Tremont Square. Due to low ridership, 243 will no longer travel along Riverway and Tullison to Argosy Casino