Metro is Connecting People Throughout Kalamazoo County
2019 Special Report
The 2019 Special Report highlights Metro's services to the community. Click here to download a pdf version. For more information, contact us at (269) 337-8222.
NEW INFORMATION ON YOUTH MOBILITY BUS PASS PROGRAM EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 24
NOTE: Youth Mobility Passes are not being accepted on Metro buses from 2:00-4:00 pm Monday through Friday effective December 2.
We've added a link to more information on our website. For more information on this project, please call (269) 337-8233.
Route 20 East Comstock Stopping Service January 6, 2020
Over the past year, Metro has been operating the Route 20 East Comstock Route as a pilot route to determine if the community would use a bus route serving the eastern portion of Comstock Township and the City of Galesburg area.
We have reviewed the past year’s ridership and determined that we will not continue to have the bus route starting January 6, 2020. Metro staff is in the process of posting signs as bus stops along the route that notify passengers of this change as well as reaching out to businesses and the community about the elimination of the route.
For those needing transportation, we have Metro Connect who provides curb to curb service in the community (269) 337-8477. Metro also provides carpool and vanpool assistance through our Ridesharing Program at www.kmetroride.com. Free carpool/vanpool matching is available. We are also available to assist in getting vanpools established by reaching out to companies and informing employees about the ridesharing program. For more information, call (269) 337-8222.
Metro YouTube Channel
Watch our newly created videos highlighting Metro's services to the community by visiting our YouTube Channel. For more information about our services, contact us at (269) 337-8222 or use the Contact button.
Metro’s Mission and Vision Strategy
To improve quality of life in the community by providing public transportation services that are dependable, convenient, safe, efficient, cost effective, and accessible for all. More . . .
Universal Reduced Fare Card Pilot Program
Metro is participating in a Universal Reduced Fare Card pilot program sponsored by the Michigan Department of Transportation. The purpose of the program is to allow seniors and individuals with a disability to receive a discounted fare when traveling throughout Michigan without having to be certified by each transit system in the state. There are 34 transit systems participating in the program. More information is available under Metro Connect.
Route Information for Attending the MLK Wreath Laying Event on Monday, January 20 is available here.
For additional route information, contact 337-8222. For information regarding the event, contact Patricia Vargas at (269) 226-6500
The Local Advisory Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, January 15 at 2:30 p.m. at Metro's offices, 530 North Rose Street.
The agenda for this meeting is available at http://www.kmetro.com/metro-connect/local-advisory-committee.
Our new bus stop signs are popping up around town to gather feedback. Let us know what you think through our comment form at http://www.kmetro.com/contact or message us.
Here's were new signs are at currently: https://drive.google.com/open…
Highlights of the new sign include:
Better reflective sign for passengers and drivers to see.
Bus Stop Number for use with myStop Mobile app or when calling dispatch to provide location.
Text to Stop Information. With the new Text to Stop, the times are estimates for arrival times. Remember to be at your stop 5 minutes prior so that we can stop safely.
Contact information via phone and website.
Braille information on the bottom of every stop sign stating that sign is a Bus Stop. Location information is also being updated as well so that bus stop locations are accurate for websites using the coordinates.
For more information, call us at 337-8222.