The Kansas City Public Service, which managed the streetcar system more than 50 years ago, had a total of
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The route is 2.2 miles long and travels along Main Street in downtown Kansas City from the River Market
Streetcars are quiet. Pedestrians and bystanders are encouraged to be alert and unplug from electronic devices while crossing the
YES. Thanks to our partnership with RideKC, all KC Streetcar vehicles are equipped with free Wi-Fi access for passengers.
There are three “cars” in each streetcar vehicle, with 4 sets of doors (one on each end and two
Each vehicle capacity is approximately 150 riders and is bi-directional (can run both directions). There is a combination of
Each vehicle is 77 feet and 8 inches long; 78,000 pounds; and 12 feet tall.
As of 2020, we have six KC Streetcar vehicles. As we expand the system, additional streetcars will be needed.
A streetcar is an electric, fixed-rail public transportation vehicle that uses a steel-tracked fixed path. It will run in
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