Scheduled: Fri, 09/22/23 - 5:00 am
a group of people in business attire standing in front of a blue bus with the wheelchair ramp deployed

Johnson County commissioners joined officials from Lenexa, Overland Park, Prairie Village, and Mission at an Aug. 4 “rolling” ribbon cutting to celebrate establishment of a new bus route that runs between Lenexa City Center and the Mission Transit Center.

New Bus Route Improves Access to Library Resources

Johnson County motorists recognize 87th Street as a key thoroughfare, but it’s also a vital corridor that connects residents to the Central Resource Library and many other nonprofit services.

In early August, Johnson County Transit launched Route 487, which runs between the Lenexa City Center on the west and the Mission Transit Center on the east, traveling through downtown Overland Park and Prairie Village along the way and bringing riders close to the Library’s Corinth and Cedar Roe branches. The zero-fare route runs from around 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, with buses scheduled an hour apart.

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