COVID-19

The health and safety of the community and Topeka Metro’s employees and our passengers are our top priority. Topeka Metro has been in full compliance of Shawnee County’s mask-wearing directive as of its effective date of July 29, 2020 and continue to adhere to previous directives issued. Masks are available on all Topeka Metro buses.

Topeka Metro will continue to monitor and implement safety protocols and recommendations as directed by the Governor, public health authorities, and local leaders to ensure the safety and well-being of our employees, our customers, and our community.

Upcoming Events

  • Committee Meeting – 8:30 am on Friday, November 6 at Quincy Street Station (South conference room), 820 SE Quincy.
  • Board Meeting – 3:15 pm on Monday, November 16 at Quincy Street Station (South conference room), 820 SE Quincy.

 

USD 501 Topeka Metro Bus Passes

Parents and students: Did you know that high school and middle school students in USD 501 can obtain a FREE Topeka Metro bus pass from their school office?

USD 501 has purchased Topeka Metro bus passes for students in the district. If a student wants a pass, they must visit their school’s main office to obtain one. Students must show the bus pass when boarding. Passes are good throughout the school year at any time the fixed route buses are running. (Note: French and Jardine Middle schools are not included because of distance away from bus routes and in an industrial area).

Call customer service if you need assistance finding out which bus route to get on at 783-7000. Information is also on our website at topekametro.org.

    South Topeka Workforce Route

    Learn more on the SOTO information page.

    Northeast Topeka Ride to Work

    Learn more on the NETO Ride to Work page.