Located at 777 E. Waterman, Wichita Transit, a department of the City of Wichita, is the largest provider of fixed-route transit service.
Offering service via 18 different fixed routes, Wichita Transit is one option for those looking for transportation in the region. Other options include 16 taxicab services, various transportation network companies including Lyft and Uber, and bus service through Greyhound and Beeline Express.
OPERATIONS & AMENITIES
Buses operate Monday through Friday on 45-minute or 60-minute frequencies from 5:30am until 7:30pm, depending on the route.
On Saturdays, buses operate on 60-minute frequencies from 6:30am until 6:30pm for only 16 routes (exceptions are Routes 24 and 202).
All buses are equipped with a wheelchair lift or ramp, free Wi-Fi, and bicycle racks. Other services include para-transit and free downtown transportation on the Q-LINE.
Paratransit services provide safe, accessible transportation to various destinations for people with physical, cognitive or visual disabilities that cannot use the fixed-route bus system.
The Q-LINE lets riders explore downtown Wichita, Delano, Old Town, Douglas Design District, Clifton Square, Lincoln Heights Village, College Hill, and Crown Heights.
It runs every 10-15 minutes on weeknights Monday through Thursday between 5:00pm and 11:00pm. Lunchtime hours include Monday through Friday between 11:30am and 2 pm, Friday between 5:00pm and 1:00 am, and Saturday between 10:00am and 1:00am.