Kansas City, Missouri, USA
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Overview - Kansas City
Located at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, Kansas City is split between Kansas and Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri (KCMO) is the largest city by population in Missouri. It has approximately 495,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2019. To the west, Kansas City, Kansas (KCK) is the seat of Wyandotte County and is the third largest city by population in Kansas. It has approximately 146,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2010. The Kansas City metropolitan area (Kansas City) comprised 2,157,990 residents as of the 2019 US Census Bureau Estimate.
KCMO has a modern streetcar line.
Opened 2016, KC Streetcar consists of a single modern streetcar line that serves the city of Kansas City, Missouri. Extensions in both directions are proposed.
KC Streetcar - Main
The KC Streetcar is a 3.5 km modern streetcar line on a North-South alignment. It runs primarily along Main Street from City Market in the north to Union Station in the south via Downtown Kansas City, serving 10 stops of which three are served in a single direction only.
The KC Streetcar was opened in May 2016. The KC Streetcar is operated by the Kansas City Streetcar Authority.
|Service||M-F Midday||M-F Rush||Sat.||Sun.||Notes|
|KC Streetcar - Main||12-18'||10-15'||*1||*1|
*1 - No distinction between days of week - rush/midday headways also apply to weekends
Schedules -- Last Updated: Aug 08, 2020
References & Helpful Links
Official Website for KC Streetcar: RideKC
Official System Map - RideKC [PDF] [Last Accessed August 08, 2020]
Official Line Map - KC Streetcar [JPG] [Last Accessed August 08, 2020]
KC Streetcar color was taken from the official logo as of August 8, 2020.