Discover your many options for getting in and around Wichita using public transportation.
The Wichita Transit system currently operates 51 buses and 26 wheelchair lift vans on 16 fixed routes offering bus routes providing service to within one-quarter mile of 90% of the residents within the city limits.
Regular routes beginning at the Transit Center (214 S. Topeka) operate weekdays from 5:45 a.m. through 6:25 p.m., and on Saturdays from 6:45 a.m. through 5:25 p.m. Schedules are available from the Transit Center, City Hall, Wichita State’s CAC.
The downtown Transit Center is open from 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday thru Friday. It’s closed Saturday and Sunday. Services provided at the Transit Center include pass sales, cash/change handling, route/service information, Half-Fare ID program, and passenger amenities including vending machines, restrooms, and indoor waiting. In addition to being able to purchase bus passes at the Transit Center, passes can also be purchased at all Dillon stores.
The standard fare is $1.75, and a full fare is required for every bus ride. Exact change is required, no change cards will be given.
Downtown Trolley Service
During the week the trolley is a principal form of transportation for the downtown lunch crowd, ferrying businesspeople through noontime hurry, from centers of government and finance to eateries from Old Town to Seneca Street in the River West area.
On Saturdays, the trolleys run from the Farm & Art Market in Old Town to the Museum District with stops at Cowtown, Botanica, the Wichita Art Museum, and the Mid-American All-Indian Center.