RideKC On-Demand Microtransit

Microtransit Same Day Booking is HERE!

Microtransit is an on-demand shared ride transit service that operates in a specific radius that will include fixed route access. Microtransit service allows passengers to request and pay for rides through the Iris Mobile App for Android and iOS, the IRIS Booking Website, or call the UGT dispatch center at (913) 573-8351, Monday through Friday, or (913) 469-8747, Saturdays and Sundays.

Midtown to Legends

Service Area: Leavenworth Road on the north, N 110th Street on the west, the Kansas River and Metropolitan Ave. on the south, and 42nd St. and I-635 on the east. The service area also connects passengers to the 47th Street Transit Center (Indian Springs), Merriam Town Center Transit Hub, and Turner High School.  

Service Hours:

Monday – Friday, 5:30 AM – 8 PM

Saturday & Sunday, 7 AM – 4:30 PM

Book by phone (913) 573-8351 M-F

Weekend Dispatch (913) 469-8747 Sat & Sun

Fare: $3.00 per person per trip within the Zone

Urban Outfitters Employees ride FREE with PROOF of Employment – Badge Required

Bonner Springs Tiblow

Bonner Springs Tiblow to Edwardsville 

Bonner Springs residents can access the Midtown to Legends zone through Edwardsville's designated pickup/drop-off points.

Service Hours: Mondays and Thursdays ONLY, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM.
Designated Pickup/Dropoff Points: Sun River Apartments and Edwardsville Court Apartments



Northeast Zone


Service Area: Fairfax on the North to I70 on the South, N 43rd Street on the West to the Kansas River on the East, with connection points to the 7th Street Transit Center and 47th Street Transit Center, allowing residents access to additional regional route services and the KCK Midtown (199) Zone.

Services Hours: Under Review

Frequently Asked Questions

What is IRIS?

IRIS is an app-driven premium service. The service utilizes an on-demand dynamic routing model, which picks up and drops off riders in locations within one-quarter mile of their request. The service gets residents within a quarter mile of their destination for a minimal fee within a defined zone. Each service zone has a designated transit transfer hub.

Why is the Unified Government Transportation Department launching IRIS?

This service provides expanded connectivity for residents to fill gaps where a bus stop or other transportation service may not be as accessible. In addition, the service can connect residents to regional IRIS zones, transferring to other counties. Find out more about IRIS On-Demand Microtransit.