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April 30, 2014

Herzog tapped to operate Kansas City streetcar

The system is expected to be up and running by late 2015. Operating costs are expected to be about $2.8 million per year.


March 31, 2014

4 Kansas City agencies introduce single pass

This multi-agency agreement is one of the first outcomes of the Regional Transit Coordinating Council.


February 27, 2014

Kansas City to introduce Wi-Fi on buses

Is conducting this pilot to determine the demand for Wi-Fi on buses and will also assess how well existing technology can meet the needs of riders.


November 7, 2013

Kansas City, Clean Energy reach CNG agreement

Within three years, the agency is expected to use approximately 700,000 diesel gallon equivalents of CNG per year, which reduces greenhouse gases by 1,622 metric tons per year, the equivalent of taking 335 cars off the road per year.


October 1, 2013

FTA, Kansas City celebrate transit improvements

The projects were funded primarily with a $10.5 million 2009 U.S. DOT Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grant.


February 13, 2009

KCATA to implement fare increase

Two-hour transfers and day passes will not be impacted by the increases.


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