Transportation - Ways to Get Around KC
Kansas City’s central location makes it easily accessible by interstates and highways, as well as a quick flight from just about anywhere across the nation.
Airport and Airlines
Kansas City International Airport (MCI) makes flying in and out of Kansas City a breeze. Learn more.
RideKC offers bus service in the Kansas City region, including Downtown, KCI airport and the Country Club Plaza. Download the RideKC App to plan your trip, track your ride and pay your fare. Learn more.
Make rental car reservations for your time in Kansas City. Search Rental Car Companies.
Taxi and Car Services
Taxi and car services are available throughout the city. Taxi stands are located at all major hotels, shopping and entertainment districts. Learn more.
RideKC Bike is a 24/7 public bike share system for short trips. Bikes are located at hubs and stations around the Kansas City metro, and the system includes smart, electric-assist bikes as well as traditional pedal bike options. Learn more.
Check Traffic Conditions
Log on to Kansas City Scout to check more than 300 live traffic cameras throughout the region. Learn more.
If you have any questions on visiting Kansas City, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to help plan your trip.
The two-mile, north-south KC Downtown Streetcar starter line runs from River Market to the historic Union Station, traveling mostly along Main Street. Areas serviced include the Central Business/Convention District, the Power & Light District and Crown Center—not to mention the numerous business, restaurants, art galleries and residences along the way. Learn more.
- FREE to ride
- 16 stops -- with 13 shelters and digital kiosks
- Bicycles, wheelchairs and strollers welcome with boarding and disembarking from middle car
- Service animals and dogs in small carriers welcome