The new regional “RideKC” buses will start running in Johnson County on Monday. Sixteen years after Johnson County rebranded its buses as the JO, the name is being retired to make way for a new regional push in transit. The Kansas City Area Transit Authority unveiled the new “RideKC” buses, which will run throughout the area. Bus routes and schedules aren’t changing.
The new regional “RideKC” buses will start running in Johnson County on Monday. Sixteen years after Johnson County rebranded its buses as the JO, the name is being retired to make way for a new regional push in transit. The Kansas City Area Transit Authority unveiled the new “RideKC” buses, which will run throughout the area. Bus routes and schedules aren’t changing. SUBMITTED PHOTO
The new regional “RideKC” buses will start running in Johnson County on Monday. Sixteen years after Johnson County rebranded its buses as the JO, the name is being retired to make way for a new regional push in transit. The Kansas City Area Transit Authority unveiled the new “RideKC” buses, which will run throughout the area. Bus routes and schedules aren’t changing. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Buses reflect a regional push

October 16, 2015 06:42 PM

UPDATED October 16, 2015 06:58 PM

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