Whether you’re coming, going or exploring the city, it’s easy to get around Kansas City.

Kansas City is centrally located in the heart of America. It’s easily accessible by interstates and highways. You’ll also find with its central location makes it a quick flight from just about anywhere in the country.

Kansas City International Airport

Kansas City International Airport (MCI) makes flying in and out of Kansas City a breeze. Learn More at flykci.com.

KC Streetcar

The KC Streetcar can be accessed at 14th and Main, just two blocks east of the Kansas City Convention & Entertainment Facilities. The KC Streetcar operates daily with the following hours and is free to ride:

Monday – Thursday: 6:00 am – 12:00 am
Friday: 6:00 am – 2:00 am
Saturday: 7:00 am – 2:00 am
Sunday: 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

The KC Streetcar is a two-mile route that loops the downtown area providing easy access to restaurants, entertainment and shopping. View the route and learn more at kcstreetcar.org/route.

Kansas City B-cycle

B-cycle is a 24/7 public bike share system for short trips. Kansas City B-cylce has 27 stations serving downtown, Westport, the Country Club Plaza, 18th & Vine Jazz District, and the Trolley Track Trail.

To access the nearest Kansas City B-cycle station just head to 12th & Wyandotte, located on the northeast corner of Barney Allis Plaza and the Kansas City Convention & Entertainment Facilities.

Rates start at $3 per half hour, and Annual Membership gives you 60 free minutes on every trip. Learn more and view the station map at kansascity.bcycle.com/station-map.


Kansas City offers several bus systems. There is a public bus system as well as the new bus rapid transit line that connects the River Market, Downtown, Crossroads Art District, Crown Center and the Country Club Plaza. Learn more about the bus routes at kcata.org.

Taxi & Car Services

Taxi and car services are available throughout the city. Taxi stands are located at all major hotels, shopping and entertainment districts.

Check Traffic Conditions

Log on to Kansas City Scout to check 75 live traffic cameras throughout the region.