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.
FALL 2017 SERVICE CHANGES
The Fall, 2017 Service Changes will start on Tuesday, September 5 including:
Route 1 - Westnedge: Removal of 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, and 5:00 p.m. trips Monday - Friday
Trips available at :15 and :45 Monday - Friday
Route 1 - Westnedge Schedule as of September 5
Route 6 - Parchment: Moving route stopping at Save-A-Lot parking lot on Link Lane before turning onto Riverview Drive (stop moved from Commerce Lane)
Route 13 - South Burdick: Addition of inbound stops at Goodwill Industries on Alcott at 8:45, 9:45, and 10:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. Inbound times adjusted at Goodwill (:15 & :45) and Mmichigan Works (:17 & :47)
Route 13 - South Burdick Schedule as of September 5
Route 14 - West Main: Inbound times adjusted at Maple Hill Mall (:20 & :50)
Route 14 - West Main Schedule as of September 5
Questions about the fall service changes can be directed to (269) 337-8222 or through our CONTACT form. Track My Bus information will be updated starting September 5.
Detour Alert: Routes 1, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 detoured off Rose St due to construction. Stops at Rose & Water (Stop #1 & #184) not in service until October 30. Routes 1, 12, & 13: Use Stop 2 at Courthouse on Rose Street for Outbound and Stop 517 at Library for Inbound. Routes 5, 8, 9, & 10: Use Stop 1062 or Transportation Center for Outbound.
MyStop Mobile is available to help locate stops as well as Track My Bus at www.kmetro.com. Call us at 337-8222 for additional stop information.
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.