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here's what a JO bus looks like after the RideKC rebrand:

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big johnson county service expansion (relatively speaking) on july 5: http://ridekc.org/news/joco_expansion

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YES! I can start riding the bus to work again (in the 2017 Lenexa expansion, that is).

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four more JoCo routes drop to the regional $1.50 fare on march 1.

that leaves only four routes in the $3 "suburban express" fare category: K10, lee's summit, liberty, and blue springs.

http://ridekc.org/bulletins/fare-reduct ... 63-569-595

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The Board of Commissioners has approved funding for a new route to serve the Gardner/Edgerton area: http://gardnernews.com/public-transit-c ... nsas-city/

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Seems like lateral moves rather than any sort of improvement. I wish JoCo would step it up with some BRT routes and <30 min headways...or at least late night/weekend service

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This is a step towards better Metcalf service.

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A near-term vision for the future of Johnson County transit service will be presented to the Board of Commissioners on Oct. 31. All meetings are streamed live.

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