KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The area’s two biggest public transportation systems plan to resume to normal operations on Wednesday.
The Jo, the bus service in Johnson County, Kan., canceled all routes on Tuesday. In Kansas City, KCATA buses were running on reduced routes.
Both plan to be at full service Wednesday.
ATA and The Jo officials will announce reroutes or system-wide delays if they become necessary on Wednesday.
The ATA buses will continue to run on reduced routes for the remainder of Tuesday.
KCATA officials urge anyone trying to take a Metro bus on Tuesday or Wednesday to check in before heading to your bus stop.
You can do so online at the following links:
• Metro’s website, http://www.kcata.org
• Twitter http://www.twitter.com/kcatametro
• Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kcatametro
For more information on The Jo routes, visit http://www.thejo.com/.
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