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, from 4 a.m. to approximately noon, The Metro will reroute 35-35th St. for the Holiday Run 2013 and Westport Santa Dash.
On Saturday, Dec. 7, from 10 to approximately 11 a.m., several Metro routes that serve the Westport district will be rerouted or delayed for the Westport Santa Dash
On Saturday, Dec. 7, Metro buses will reroute from 9 a.m. to approximately 11 a.m. for the Ugly Sweater Run.
In December, buses will reroute near Sprint Center for the Dec. 6 Lady Antebellum concert, Dec. 7 Drake Concert, Dec. 14 KU game, and Dec. 22 Trans Siberian Orchestra concert.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority announces a new transit pass that allows you to get the most out of your monthly rides.
Effective Friday, Sept. 13, The Metro’s 37X-N. Broadway Express, 47-Broadway and 51-Ward Parkway will reroute because of to the closure of the Main Street Bridge over I-670. The construction is expected to last approximately two months.
Effective immediately, the 51X-Ward Parkway Express will reroute to avoid congestion caused by construction on southbound I-35.
On Thursday, July 18, The Metro’s 36X-Gladstone Express, 38-Meadowbrook, 121-Cleveland/Antioch, 133-Vivion/Antioch, and 243-Antioch/Barry will begin using the following reroute because of construction at the Antioch Park-and-Ride.
102 and 109 will reroute beginning at 10 p.m., on Friday, July 12, because of the closure of the 12th St. Bridge.
UG Transit is taking another step toward improving the transportation experience available to pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders, along the improved and enhanced State Avenue Connex corridor. Discussion at this public hearing will include the new 7th Street Transit Center and the brand new 47th Street MetroCenter. It will also include re-routing some current KCK bus routes to provide you with a more effective and efficient transit service. We would like for you to share your thoughts and ideas about these new improvements that would incorporate bus, bicycle, pedestrian, and other methods of transportation. Plan on joining us!
Kansas City is taking another step toward improving the transportation experience available to pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders and motorists in the downtown area with the development of the 3rd and Grand Multimodal Transportation Plan. Share your thoughts and ideas about this future multimodal transportation facility that would incorporate bus, streetcar, commuter rail, bicycle, pedestrian, and other methods of transport as well as potential transit oriented development at a public meeting on Wednesday, June 12 in the River Market.