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.
Service Date Notices
Metro Transit and Metro County Connect will not be operating on the following dates:
Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 23
Christmas Day - Monday, December 25
New Year's Day - Monday, January 1
Due to the Holiday Parade Saturday, November 11, a number of the buses coming downtown and leaving downtown will be on detour from 10:30 until 12:30.
Detoured routes include:
1 - Westnedge
2 - Portage
4 - Oakland
5 - East Main
6 - Parchment
8 - Egleston
9 - Gull
10 - Comstock
11 - Stadium
12 - Duke
13 - S. Burdick
14 - West Main
16 - Lovell
No stop service provided on Park Street, Michigan Avenue, Rose Street, Portage Road, or Lovell in downtown area.
Please use Track My Bus through MyStop Mobile or at www.kmetro.com for stop information or call 337-8222.
The Local Advisory Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, November 15 at 2:30 p.m. in the Metro Transit Conference Room, 530 North Rose Street. Questions regarding this meeting can be directed to (269) 337-8222.
Click here to view more information on the Local Advisory Committee.
We have several positions available with the CCTA, including a Clerk Cashier, Service Lane Attendant, and Operations Supervisor. Visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/kmetro for more information and to apply.
The CCTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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.