Over the past nine years, Kansas has made efforts to better coordinate transportation services across the state. As part of the 2010 state law titled “Transportation Works for Kansas” (T-WORKS), a focus on efficient and expansive regional transit was pursued. In 2012, KDOT developed the Regional Transit Business Model Volume I-II. One of the main features of the Regional Transit Business Model are the coordinated transit districts (CTDs), in which stakeholder teams of transit providers, city and county officials, medical providers, and human service agencies were created. Implementation of the transit coordination efforts is led and managed by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT).
- Kansas Public Transit Association
- Kansas Department of Transportation Public Transportation
- Kansas Rural Transportation Assistance Program (RTAP)
- South West Transit Association
Coordinated Transportation Plans
- Kansas Rides
- Coordinated plans for all jurisdictions (Updated December 2018)