RideKC buses suspended until 2 p.m. today

According to a recent update, all RideKC buses operated by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) will be suspended until 2 p.m. today due to deteriorating road conditions.

All Unified Government Transit routes suspended service at 8:30 a.m. Many buses from Johnson County are 10 to 20 minutes delayed due to road conditions and traffic on area highways. Buses in Independence, Mo., are using snow reroutes

RideKC Freedom paratransit is suspending service for the rest of the day and is in Phase D of the Inclement Weather Plan. RideKC Freedom will only make trips to dialysis, medical appointments and return trips for those who already traveled this morning.

The best way to find out about schedule changes and reroutes is on our website www.ridekc.org. RideKC also distributes notices about system-wide delays through Twitter. Customers can follow RideKC at www.twitter.com/RideKCTransit and www.facebook.com/RideKC. RideKC service operated by KCATA offers real-time bus information through WebWatch. 

Customers can find their individual routes and see where buses are on a real-time map at http://ridekc.org/rider-guide/track-your-bus. The RideKC App is available for Apple and Android smartphones and can be downloaded at http://ridekc.org/fares/mobile-payment-app.

The Regional Call Center, 816-221-0660, will be open until 7 p.m. today.  

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