Enjoy the ride.

Transit

Public transportation makes the Kansas City region more liveable and prosperous. It’s easy to catch a ride on a bus, streetcar or other public transit option. 

Bus Transit

RideKC is the Kansas City area’s transit provider. Visit RideKC.org for bus maps and schedules and information about services. All RideKC buses are fare-free!

Mobility Services

RideKC Freedom and RideKC Freedom On Demand are also available for qualifying adults across the region.

Streetcar

Ride the KC Streetcar! Get around downtown Kansas City, Mo., the River Market and the Crossroads the sustainable way.

Construction on the Main Street and Riverfront Expansions are underway, with a planned opening in 2025.

Image courtesy of KCATA

IRIS

IRIS is a new app-based, on-demand service provided in partnership with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, zTrip, and RideCo.

IRIS is now available in the entirety of Kansas City, Missouri, North Kansas City and Gladstone. There will be expanded service to Kansas City, Kansas in late 2023.

Other Transit Providers

Additional public transportation options are available in the Greater Kansas City region.  

Johnson County Transit

Johnson County Transit provides public transportation throughout Johnson County, connecting to downtown Kansas City, Mo. and Kansas City, Kan.

Tiblow Transit Service

Tiblow Transit Public Transportation Service provides transportation within the city limits of Bonner Springs and parts of Kansas City, Kan. 

OATS Transit

OATS Transit provides specialized transportation services in Missouri for the rural general public, seniors and people with disabilities.

JET Express

JET Express provides safe and reliable transportation for adults, 60 years of age and older, who do not or no longer drive. The program is offered to residents of portions of Jackson County, Missouri and Johnson County, Kansas.

First and Last Mile

Getting from public transit to your destination.

Looking for a way to connect your bus stop and your destination? Electric scooters and bikes can be a reliable and affordable way to bridge that gap.