K-10 Connector will no longer stop at Peaslee Tech or on KU campus

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The K-10 Connector bus service to Johnson County will soon change its route to stop at Central Station in Lawrence, so it will no longer stop at Peaslee Tech or at the Naismith Drive stop on KU’s campus.

The changes to the bus route will be effective Monday, June 3.

Riders can take Route 8 from Peaslee Tech to Central Station, or Routes 4, 8, 11 and 30 to travel between Central Station and the KU campus, according to a news release.

“The 510 K-10 Connector will still stop at KU Edwards Campus and Johnson County Community College’s Midwest Trust Center in Overland Park as part of this route,” according to the release. “However, the Connector will also eliminate underutilized trips, including those before 6 a.m. and after 6 p.m.”

The K-10 Connector is a route of RideKC. An updated route map and schedule had not yet been posted as of Tuesday, but more information about the route is available at this link.

The bus is also currently on its break schedule, which reduces the number of trips each day. Its updated normal schedule will resume Monday, Aug. 26. There will be no service on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, or July 4.

Several other Lawrence Transit routes also connect riders with Central Station, which opened at Bob Billings Parkway and Crestline Drive in January. See more about Lawrence Transit routes at this link.

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