Kansas transportation officials are conducting an online survey to develop ways to improve long-distance bus service throughout the state.
The Kansas Department of Transportation issues federal subsidies for intercity bus service.
"Information from this survey will help identify where changes can be made to provide the best intercity bus service possible," Stephanie Watts, KDOT Transportation Planner, said in a statement this afternoon.
Currently, intercity buses operate 24 hours a day within Kansas and cover 1,400 route-miles with stops in 21 cities across the state.
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