Virtual Board Meeting 10/27/2021

KCAPTA Board Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 27, at 3:30 p.m.  Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the meetings are held virtually. The Agenda and attachments are below, click to download attachments. Please see below on the three ways to access the meeting.

  1. Computer: Click on the link here JOIN MEETING to join the Webex meeting by computer.
  2. Telephone: If you have trouble with Join Meeting, access it by phone enter 1 then area code and phone number 1-(415) 655-0003 Access Code is 2467 097 1435#
  3. Download the Cisco Webex Meeting App: And join by smartphone or other mobile devices in Google Play or App Store, Click on Join Meeting, enter meeting number 2467 097 1435 and password Kart1027

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*Tickets available: September 29, 2021-November 15th, 2021* All pass sales are final sale and good from months listed on the printed card. If cards are not used they can not be sold back or transferred for other types of fare cards.

Public Hearings for Unmet Transit Needs


Notice is hereby given that the Kings County Area Public Transit Agency (KCAPTA) will hold a Virtual Public Hearing on February 24, 2021 at 3:30 p.m., in pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 99238.5. The meetings will be for the purpose of soliciting comments on the unmet transit needs that may exist within Kings County and that might be reasonable to meet by establishing or contracting for new public transportation or specialized transportation services or by expanding existing services. Unmet public transportation needs are defined as, at a minimum, transportation services, which are not provided for person who do not have access to private vehicles, or other forms of transportation, due to age, income, or disability, for the purpose of medical care, shopping social/recreational activities, educations/training and employment. A finding of no unmet transit needs must make specific reference to the effort undertaken in development of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), to identify the public transportation needs of the transit dependent, especially the elderly, disabled and poor.

Individuals with disabilities may call KCAPTA staff at (559) 852-2691 (with 3-working-day advance notice) to request auxiliary aids necessary to participate in the public hearing. Translation services are available (with 3-working-day advance notice) to participants speaking any language with available professional translation services

Members of the public who wish to participate in the meeting virtually can do so one of three ways: online, by telephone, or by postal or electronic mail

  • Web Access – To access the meeting via computer, go to KCAPTA’s homepage at and click on the link that says “Join Meeting.”
  • Telephone – To access the meeting via telephone call (415) 655-0003, then enter the access code of 177 703 7133##
  • Written Comments – A written comment by mail or email must be received prior to the hour and date of the hearing. Written comments should be addressed to King County Area Public Transit Agency, 610 W 7th Street, Hanford CA, 93230. To submit written comment by email, please forward to

For Information Regarding the Public Hearing on Unmet Transit Needs in Spanish Click below/Para obtener Información Sobre la Audiencia Pública Sobre las Necesidades de Tránsito Insatisfechas en Español Haga clic abajo


Coronavirus (COVDID-19) Update

KART has increased the frequency of cleaning the interior of our buses and riders are advised to take personal responisbility and not use public transit if they are feeling ill.  KART requests that riders limit non-essentail bus travel until further notice. If you have to travel on KART bus, we ask that you leave extra space between yourself and others.

Remember to wash your hands often.


Protect yourself and others from COVID-19.

  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 50% alcohol.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw the tissue in the trash. If you do not have a tissue, cough, or sneeze into your sleeve.
  • Avoid contact with sick people.

Please wear a mask when you are out.

Out of an abundance of caution to reduce risks of community spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and in response to state, county, and local emergency declarations, KART Staff recommends that all riders wear a mask to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.