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​Wichita Transit Access Study

The Wichita Transit Access Study is intended as a guide for how the City should work to improve pedestrian access, safety, and comfort related to transit service.

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​Connecting Communities - Wichita Area Transit Feasibility Study

The Connecting Communities - Wichita Area Transit Feasibility Study (2018) is a regional evaluation of the demand and support for transit service in the cities of Andover, Derby, Haysville, and Maize. The Study was sponsored by the City of Wichita and the Wichita Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (WAMPO).

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Transit Talks

Welcome to Wichita Transit Talks! We want to hear your ideas about how we could update the vision for transit in the Wichita area. Wichita Transit has completed the process of gathering information from the community about transit services in our area. The process has built on the input gathered, and together with the results of the latest transit survey, we've put together the Community Outreach Study. After review, the draft has become the final study, providing valuable information from the community.​​

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Wichita Transit Sustainability Plan

On December 20, 2016, the Wichita City Council approved the Transit Sustainability Plan and authorized the use of Hyatt Regency Wichita sale proceeds to continue moving toward sustainability for the transit system. The Sustainability Plan incorporates service improvements with innovations in transit service deliver to reinvent transit service in the community.

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Wichita Regional​​ Transit Plan

In May of 2010, the University of Kansas Urban Planning Department Graduate Transportation Planning Implementation class submitted a report to Wichita Transit, which the students of the class had prepared over their 2010 spring semester.

The Wichita Regional Transit Plan is a full vision of what could happen in the Wichita region. The K.U. students looked at the system's existing conditions and, from there, created a vision and attached costs and benefits to that vision. The vision presented by the K.U. graduate students is the first step of transit planning efforts that will work to move Wichita's public transit system toward a more convenient and reliable source of transportation.​​

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