Thursday, January 04, 2018

Even More Kansas City Bus Routes For Growing Number Of Local Working Poor

More important deets about increased access and a realization that NOBODY likes riding the bus despite local urban planner hype. Read more:

RideKC to expand several routes to meet growing transportation demand

The Kansas City Area Transit Authority is changing several RideKC routes this month. The changes will affect 11 Northeast-Westside routes and several routes between Johnson County and downtown Kansas City, Missouri. RideKC is also expanding service to the University of Kansas Hospital, said Chuck Ferguson, Vice President of Regional Planning.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Much need since employers think $11 a hour is a living wage. Eat the rich.

Anonymous said...

Ride it daily. Not happy with Main St Max route changes. Bus stops on 9-11 and Grand are a freak show.