Johnson County announces a public outreach effort to gather feedback on proposed changes to its fixed route service. The Board of County Commissioners authorized the 30-day public comment period on January 30. The suggested adjustments came out of the county’s 2018 Comprehensive Operations Analysis and its current micro transit pilot. If approved by the BOCC, the adjustments would take effect on May 4, 2020.
Opportunities for Public Comment and Feedback
Johnson County and RideKC have created a survey to gather feedback on these proposed changes. This survey can be found online at jocogov.org/transit-public-comment.
In addition, Johnson County and RideKC will hold several public meetings for customers and the general public to learn more about these changes and to provide input.
These meetings will each have an “open house” format where participants can come and go anytime within the specified hours and be able to speak to Johnson County and RideKC representatives. There will be no formal presentation.
The survey is online at jocogov.org/transit-public-comment. You may also submit comments and questions, or request a paper survey by either calling 913-715-8354 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments and completed surveys can also be mailed to Johnson County Transit, 1701 W. 56 Highway, Olathe, KS 66061.