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.
Beginning 7/17 due to railroad crossing repair, Route 11 Stadium will be detoured from Stadium Drive & West Michigan to Stadium Drive & Oliver. Outbound passengers use stop 631 at West Michigan & the railroad tracks or stop 433 at Stadium & Howard.
Questions regarding this detour can be directed to 337-8222 or use Track My Bus to find stop locations and location of bus.
Beginning 7/17/17, the Route 16 Lovell bus will detour from Stadium Drive & West Michigan to West Michigan & Western. To board inbound, use stop #637 at Dormitory & Ellsworth or stop #471 at West Michigan & Eddies Lane. Outbound passengers use stop #631 at West Michigan & railroad tracks or #633 at West Michigan & Dormitory.
Questions about this detour can be directed to 337-8222 or by using Track My Bus app.
Beginning 7/17 the Route 6 Parchment bus will detour from Burdick & Bush to Pitcher & Paterson. Inbound passengers use stop #1102 at Paterson & Pitcher or #257 at Burdick & Robertson. Outbound passengers use stop #211 at Burdick and Parsons or the SE corner of Pitcher & Paterson.
Questions regarding this detour can be directed to 337-8222 or use Track My Bus for more information on bus location.
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