Getting around Kansas City is easy on the MAX and The Metro. Enjoy your visit to Kansas City and leave the driving to us.
Check out our video series for a quick primer on how to ride The Metro, from planning your trip to catching a bus.
There are plenty of options to pay your fare.
A Three-Day Visitor’s Pass is available in advance from our online store.
If you are already in town you can purchase a Day Pass, good until midnight, for $3 on board the bus.
Regular cash fare is $1.50 per ride, and you can request a transfer that is good for two hours.
You can also use a Change Card to get around. Request a Change Card when you deposit $5, $10 or $20 in the farebox, and you’ll have stored Metro fare for several more trips.
You can plan a trip with Google Transit or The Metro’s Trip Planner. Or, call 816-221-0660 from 6 a.m to 7 p.m. on weekdays to speak with a Call Center agent. Language translation service is available.
The Metro offers transit throughout the Kansas City area, on both sides of the state line. Below are some favorite attractions in the area.
See our System Map for more destinations and all the cities served by The Metro.
|See below for connections to the airport, Amtrak, and Greyhound|
|American Jazz Museum||108, 110|
|City Market and Steamboat Arabia||Main Street MAX, 110, 142|
|Convention Center||Main Street MAX, Troost MAX, 12, 25, 27, 51, 173|
|Country Club Plaza||Main Street MAX, 35, 47, 51, 57, 155|
|Crown Center||Main Street MAX, 27, 34X, 51, 54, 123, 129, 173, 142|
|Kansas City Museum||30|
|Kansas City Zoo||108|
|Kauffman Stadium||47, 28|
|Kemper Museum||Main Street MAX|
|Municipal Auditorium||Main Street MAX, 173|
|Negro Leagues Baseball Museum||108, 110|
|Nelson-Atkins Museum||Main Street MAX, 47|
|Sprint Center||Main Street MAX, Troost MAX, 15, 24, 25, 28, 30, 37, 38, 71, 129, 132, 133, 135|
|Toy and Miniature Museum||Main Street MAX|
|Union Station and Science City||Main Street MAX, 27, 47, 51, 123, 142, 173|
|World War I Museum and Liberty Memorial||Main Street MAX, 54, 34X, 123, 142|
|Worlds of Fun||173|
Airport: The 129 serves the all airport terminals at KCI, seven days a week.
Amtrak at Union Station: Main Street MAX offers the most frequent service to Union Station. 142, 173, 27, 51 and 123 also travel to Union Station. The Amtrak terminal is located inside Union Station, on the east side of the building.
Greyhound Bus Terminal: 12-12th Street, 25-Troost, and 108-Indiana serve the Greyhound bus terminal at 1101 Troost. Both routes offer frequent trips from downtown Kansas City.