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May 6, 2014

Transit Executive Profile: KCATA GM, Mark Huffer

The GM/CEO of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority answers our questionnaire, telling us what his greatest daily challenge is and what he likes to do for fun.


May 5, 2014

KCATA making services more accessible, eco-friendly and safe

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is well on its way through several projects that will make its services more accessible and environmentally friendly, while also improving safety for passengers and employees.


September 23, 2013

KCATA, Rockhurst U. extend U-Pass agreement

The one-year pilot program is being funded by student activity fees and funds from Student Development/Athletics. Continuation of the program will be contingent upon the availability of ongoing funding.


August 28, 2009

KCATA launches bus tracker, social media pages

“Webwatch” will enable riders to see where their bus is and when it is expected to arrive at their stop. Also using Twitter and Facebook pages to alert customers to changes to routes, and to post contests, promotions and other passenger information.


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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