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How to stay nimble during times of high-speed change

| July 23, 2019

How can transit organizations swiftly adopt service changes that customers are seeking while also delivering value to taxpayers?

TriMet names new chief operating officer

Management & Operations| February 8, 2019

Sam Desue Jr. brings more than 22 years of public and private transportation experience, including KCATA and Pierce Transit. 

Management & Operations| December 19, 2018

20 transit oriented development projects awarded FTA funds

Recipients include the Chicago Transit Authority, The Ride, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority, and IndyGo.

Mobility| October 9, 2018

KCATA expands RideKC Freedom On-Demand program

By the end of November, the on-demand service is on track to surpass 100,000 rides.

Mobility| August 30, 2018

RideKC launches combination pass for bike-share program

Kansas City BCycle bikes are available at dozens of bike-share stations throughout Kansas City and North Kansas City.

Bus| April 10, 2018

KCATA lands Small Starts grant for MAX line

The new Prospect MAX will feature interactive kiosks with real-time arrival information, public Wi-Fi, ticket vending machines, level boarding platforms, and reduced travel times.

University| August 28, 2017

KCATA adds school to U-Pass program

The U-Pass gives students an easy way to make connections around the region without the expense of buying a bus pass. RideKC offers more than 90 routes throughout the Kansas City region.

Mobility| May 3, 2017

How Transit Agencies are Alleviating Demand for Paratransit Services

With ridership and costs up on systems around the nation, many are looking for ways to not only eliminate some of those costs, but also, in many cases, expand mobility for seniors and people with disabilities.

Accessibility| April 25, 2017

KCATA set to launch new ridehailing service May 1

The one-year RideKC Freedom On-Demand pilot enables customers to call on taxis any day, at any hour, to enjoy everything Kansas City has to offer.

University| August 22, 2016

KCATA offers all-access transit pass to 3 colleges, universities

KCATA will hold on-campus How-To-Ride Clinics during the next two weeks at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City Art Institute and Metropolitan Community College of Kansas City (MCCKC).

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