Archive for Saturday, December 17, 2011

Input sought regarding statewide intercity bus system

December 17, 2011

The Kansas Department of Transportation wants resident input to better understand intercity bus system needs — existing and future — statewide.

To participate in the survey, go online to and click ‘Intercity Bus System Survey’ on the right-hand side of the page.

Intercity buses carry passengers over long distances with generally only one stop location per city. Currently, intercity buses operate 24 hours a day within Kansas and cover 1,400 route-miles with stops in 21 cities across the state.

The survey is part of a study to gather data, identify needs and develop ways to improve intercity bus service in Kansas. KDOT is responsible for issuing federal subsidies for the service.


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