The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority announced this week that the RideKC Main Street MAX buses will give Big 12 basketball fans a no-parking transit option to the Sprint Center for the tournament this week.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority announced this week that the RideKC Main Street MAX buses will give Big 12 basketball fans a no-parking transit option to the Sprint Center for the tournament this week. Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority announced this week that the RideKC Main Street MAX buses will give Big 12 basketball fans a no-parking transit option to the Sprint Center for the tournament this week. Kansas City Area Transportation Authority

RideKC buses give Big 12 basketball fans no-parking option to the Sprint Center

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