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  • Veterans ride free on Kansas City buses

    All area veterans can now use RideKC transit for free with valid identification in a new program announced Monday at the National World War I Museum. A newly illustrated "Honor Our Veterans" bus will travel around town to raise awareness of the program.

Veterans ride free on Kansas City buses

All area veterans can now use RideKC transit for free with valid identification in a new program announced Monday at the National World War I Museum. A newly illustrated "Honor Our Veterans" bus will travel around town to raise awareness of the program.
Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star