Attendees and speakers at Transit Day at the Capitol 2018.

KDOT administers public transportation programs funded by the Federal Transit Administration and the State of Kansas. Both the federal and state programs are designed to meet the transportation needs of elderly persons, persons with disabilities, and the general public. KDOT currently supports approximately 145 transit providers covering 99 of the state's 105 counties.


Current Program Guidance
State Management Plan (2017)
Public Transportation Policy Manual (2018)
Transit Manager's Handbook (2017)
Approved Trainer Program (2017)
Regional Business Model (2012)
     Regional Transit Business Model Volume I-II
     Regional Transit Business Model Appendix

Plans and Studies
Kansas Intercity Bus Study Final Report (2013)
I-70 Corridor Transit Feasibility Study
Dodge City Fixed Route Transit Study

Funding Programs
5310 Provider welcome letter
5310 Program overview
5311 Provider welcome letter
5311 Program overview
5311(f) Intercity Bus Routes (2018)
Commuter Discretionary Funds (2018)
5339 Bus and Bus Facilities (2018) 

Triennial Reviews
Triennial Interview Guide 5310
Triennial Interview Guide 5311


2018 Transit Vehicles Specs, Pre-Order Forms, and Amendments
Vehicle Specifications
Preliminary Order Forms

Contact List
KDOT Contact List
CTD Meeting Info and Contacts List

KDOT Funded Maintenance Facilities
FTA Maintenance Facility Checklist
Annual Building Inspection Checklist
Vehicle Preventive Maintenance Checklist

Title VI Information
Title VI Brochure - English
Title VI Brochure - Spanish

Other Links
CTD Map Transit Provider Directory


Social Media KDOT Twitter