ⓘ Topeka Metro

                                     

ⓘ Topeka Metro

Topeka Metro is the fixed-route and paratransit public transportation operator in the city of Topeka, Kansas. It carries passengers Monday through Saturday on 14 routes on weekdays and 12 routes on Saturdays. Topeka Metro also runs a paratransit service during its service hours.

Officially, the Topeka transit Metropolitan authority, it was founded in 1973. It is governed by a Board of seven Directors who serve four-year terms. In April 2015, metro Topeka launched the first system learn more States, Topeka metro bikes.

Metro Topeka was named the 2018 transit Association Kansas public transit. Topeka-a Bicycle-convenient, and the metro Topeka-bike-friendly business.

                                     
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