Welcome to Kalamazoo Metro Transit!
Kalamazoo Metro Transit (KMetro) provides dependable, convenient, safe, and accessible transportation throughout the Kalamazoo area including Comstock Township, Kalamazoo Township, Oshtemo Township, and the cities Kalamazoo, Portage, and Parchment.
At Kalamazoo Metro Transit, we have been around for over a century. We know the importance of offering affordable, safe, quality public transportation available to Kalamazoo area residents and visitors. In order to better serve the community, Kalamazoo Metro Transit has added Sunday bus service as well as late night service times.
Route 3 West Michigan is on detour due to Drake Road railroad work closure: After leaving Village Apartments, bus will take West Michigan Avenue back to 11th Street, north on 11th Street to KL Avenue, then east on KL Avenue to Drake Road with route continuing north to Maple Hill Mall and West Main area. No service to Bus Stop 115 on Drake Road during detour. Use Stop 112 at Old W. Michigan & Lilac Lane. Delays are expected due to increased traffic. For information about stops in the detour area, please call (269) 337-8222 or visit www.kmetro.com and use Track My Bus to locate the nearest bus stop to your location.
Take a Ride. Earn a Ride.
Take a ride to work, store, or around town using the bus, carpool/vanpool or bike now through June 30 and receive a free trip on Metro Transit or Metro County Connect.
Create an account with KMetroRide.com, log your trips (up to 2 per day) and once you receive 20 points, redeem your certificate for a free trip. The program is free to participate and is mobile friendly!
For Metro Transit route information, visit www.kmetro.com or call (269) 337-8222. For questions regarding the promotion, please call (269) 342-7433.
Route 21 Solon Kendall Lafayette will be out of service April 29 through September 5 serving the WMU Campus area, Kendall, Solon, and Lafayette areas. Please use Track My Bus to find alternative routes around the WMU campus or call 337-8222 for assistance.
The CCTA will be celebrating their 50th anniversary of public transportation in Kalamazoo County during 2017. Be watching for special events and promotions announced on the KMetro website and on Facebook as we thank the riders and citizens of Kalamazoo County for supporting the transit system over the years.
The CCTA has prepared an application for State of Michigan financial assistance for fiscal year 2018 as required under Act 51 of the Public Acts of 1951, as amended, and for federal assistance as required under the Federal Transit Act, as amended. FY2018 Public Notice