KAT will implement transit service in the Kendall County area that is reliable, flexible, and financially sustainable, while satisfying the various mobility needs of the general public and individuals unable to access or operate a private automobile.
Registering for Service
In order to participate in the Kendall Area Transit
program, you must be a registered rider that
resides in Kendall County. To find out more about
how to become a registered rider contact Kendall
Area Transit at 1-877-IGO-4KAT
Fares (one way)
The one-way fare for the KAT demand response
service is $3.00 curb-to-curb or $5.00 door-to-door.
For destinations outside of the county, an
additional $2.00 fee will be added. Seniors (60
year of age and older) receive a $1.00 off
*Please note KAT only transports registered riders to
designated locations outside of Kendall County.
Hours of Service
Bus services are available 7:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m.
with last scheduled reservation at 5:30 p.m.
Monday thru Friday (except holidays). Reservation
office hours are 8:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. Monday
thru Friday (except holidays). When scheduling
trips, priority will be given to those with disabilities
and to senior citizens.
Who Can Ride the Bus
Service is available to Kendall County
residents. This is a general public transportation
service with a priority for the disabled and seniors.
We are committed to offering courteous, safe, and
reliable service for all of our riders, without regard
to race, gender, age, or disability.
Schedule a Ride
After you become a registered rider, you can
schedule a ride by calling 1-877-IGO-4KAT.
General trips can be reserved no more than 6 days
and no less than 2 days in advance. Medical trips
may be scheduled up to 2 weeks in but no less than
2 days in advance. When scheduling trips, priority
will be given to those with disabilities and to senior.
For return rides from medical appointments, you will
be placed on the Will Call list. Please call dispatch
when your appointment is done. We will pick you
up as quickly as our schedule allows.
KAT operators are trained to take a wheelchair
up or down one step by themselves.
When a rider's needs are beyond the
responsibility of the driver, a travel assistant is
required. One travel assistant may ride at