With nearly 40,000 parking spaces in downtown KC, finding a spot with your name on it—and spots for your guests—is typically pretty easy. Here’s some helpful information and links to ensure your event parking is as pain-free as possible.
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You’ll find nearly 40,000 parking spaces inside the downtown’s Central Business District. Many parking garages are open 24 hours and most will be open to attendees of major events. Availability changes depending on the time of day. Metered, on-street parking is available and free on evenings and weekends.
Once Downtown, you can easily walk to most destinations. Look for the colorful Wayfinding signs to help you locate public parking venues in the Downtown loop.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Prepay for parking in one of Kansas City’s municipal garages. Use the widget below to locate your group's event and reserve a nearby parking spot in advance.
Need to find your way around Kansas City? View our maps section for landmark highlights, points of interests, major roads and highways, and neighborhoods located throughout the KC Metro area.
ROAD & TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
The Kansas City Metro area has several online and mobile tools available to help you navigate construction, inclement weather and overall road conditions.
Need a live traffic flow in the metro? Sign up for alerts, follow the real-time Twitter updates, view the map on the web or download the mobile app using KC Scout's helpful site.
Missouri Road Conditions Map (MODOT)
Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) Traveler Information Map lists all the road conditions throughout entire state of MO.
Kansas Road Conditions Map (KDOT)
Kansas Road Conditions Map lists all the road conditions throughout entire state of KS.
Kansas City Street Closure Permits and Street Information
Permit forms can be obtained from the City of Kansas City, Missouri.
Several bus lines operate in the Kansas City Metropolitan area.
- Kansas City Area Transportation Authority - (Bus schedules, Routes, The MAX Bus System)
- Johnson County, KS Transit
BikeShare -- Kansas City B-Cycle
Bike sharing is designed for short trips in the city. It is a fun and convenient way to experience everything our city has to offer, transforming the city into a healthier, more livable, and economically competitive place to live, work, and play. Learn more.
Sit or stand while you ride through the heart of Kansas City’s downtown. The 2.2 mile route along Main Street connects the River Market to Union Station/Crown Center with 16 stops to get you to your destination. The KC Streetcar is free so you can spend your money at the businesses along the route. Learn more.