Picture of the Kansas Statehouse with Buses in front of it, March, 2017

KDOT administers public transportation programs funded by the Federal Transit Administration and the State of Kansas. Both the Federal and State programs are designed to meet the transportation needs of elderly persons, persons with disabilities, and the general public. KDOT currently supports approximately 145 transit providers covering 99 of the state's 105 counties.


NEW: KDOT will be coming to a location near you to get your input on developing an update to our Coordinated Plan.  The plan outlines the current and desired future conditions of the public transit and paratransit systems throughout Kansas.  Please click here for a press release that gives more information as well as a schedule of locations, dates, and times.

If you are unable to attend a meeting in your region, we have uploaded the slideshows for the CTD meeting as well as the PUBLIC meeting.  You can submit comments to Rene Hart at Rene.Hart@ks.gov. 


You can learn more about what happened during Transit Day at the Topeka Capitol - March 8, 2017  by clicking on the link.


Program Policies

Regional Business Model (2012)

Regional Transit Business Model Volume I-II

Regional Transit Business Model Appendix

CTD Transition Guidelines


Plans and Studies

Kansas Intercity Bus Study Final Report

I-70 Corridor Transit Feasibility Study

Dodge City Fixed Route Transit Study




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