In order to limit the exposure and still provide service for basic needs, groceries and pharmacy, we have come up with the following plan:
The driver’s and riders are to wear face masks or shields.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the face mask requirement for all transportation networks, including public transportation, through September 12, 2021. Learn more about FTA’s guidance to the transit industry on the Federal mask requirement for public transit at FTA Transit Mask Up
We transport to grocery stores, medical appointments, pharmacies, and non-essential rides as schedule allows.
The driver’s are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our clients through cleaning and sanitizing the bus frequently.
If you have a fever or feel sick please reschedule your ride for a time when you're feelin better.
Transportation for adults 60 and older is provided within the city limits of Liberty free of charge. Physically challenged individuals (ages 18-59) who do not have access to their own transportation may also utilize Liberty Access for a nominal fee.
Rides to the doctor, grocery store and pharmacy are free of charge for individuals 60 and older. A nominal fee of $1 per one way trip is applied for physically challenged individuals
Ages 18-59 with current Social Security Disability Award letter are eligible to ride
Reservations are required
Doctor visits can be scheduled up to three weeks in advance, grocery store visits up to two weeks in advance, and non essential trips two days in advance
Grocery store and pharmacy visits are scheduled 48 hours in advance
Trips to the bank, or non-grocery stores are available as space permits
1 coupon is required for each segment of a trip
Coupon books cost $10 for 10
Coupon books can be purchased at the following locations:
City Hall 101 E Kansas Liberty, MO 64068
Liberty Community Center 1600 S Withers Road Liberty, MO 64068
Or can be mailed by calling City Hall Finance Department, 816-439-4450