Transportation Services

Explore downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods via bike, electric scooter, trolley and more. Scroll below to discover several transportation options available in Wichita's urban core. 

Free Q-LINE Trolley

UPDATE: The Q-LINE is not currently operating due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more at

Enjoy this free, nostalgic downtown shuttle service. The Q-LINE is a free trolley shuttle service operating during peak daytime and evening hours to connect you to restaurants, bars, hotels and performance venues throughout downtown. 

Bike Share ICT

Bike Share ICT is a convenient, affordable bike transportation system. Download the Movatic application on your mobile device to locate available bikes and start your ride by entering the bike's number to unlock. When your ride is complete, return the bike to any station and lock it for the next rider. Explore all of Wichita’s favorite destinations while enjoying fresh air and exercise.

Learn more at

Electric Scooter Rentals

Take a spin on an electric scooter available for rent in downtown. Download the VeoRide application on your mobile device to locate available scooters. Scan the bar code on the top left handlebar to begin your ride. Helmets are not required, but strongly encouraged. Scooters can be ridden on bike paths and roadways posted 40mph or less until 9 p.m. or dusk. Must be 18 years of age or older to ride. 

This is a pilot program conducted by the City of Wichita. Learn more about the program, policies or report an issue at

Wichita Transit

The City of Wichita transit system is a hub and spoke model. Inbound buses travel toward downtown. Outbound buses travel away from downtown. The standard fare is $1.75, and a full fare is required for every bus ride. Exact change is required, no change cards will be given. ​The Downtown Transit Center is located at 214 S. Topeka in Downtown.

For a bus route fares, schedule and map, visit

Cab Companies

ABC Taxi316.264.4222
American Cab Inc.316.262.7511
Best Cabs Inc.316.838.2233