The mission of the Kansas Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP) is to improve the mobility of all rural Kansans through quality training and technical assistance to rural and specialized transit providers.
Kansas RTAP has offered services since 1987. We have a variety of services to Kansas rural and specialized transit agencies including a quarterly newsletter, regular training, video and publication lending library and technical assistance. For a fact sheet detailing Kansas RTAP services, along with other services of the Kansas University Transportation Center, click here.
Kansas RTAP is funded by our partners at the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT). RTAP services are offered in each state, with a national resource center for RTAP training materials housed at National RTAP.
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