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Wichita Transit

Evergy and Wichita Transit are moving energy forward through electric transportation.

In partnership with Evergy, Wichita Transit welcomed four new Proterra battery-electric buses in 2019, giving the entire community access to a more environmentally-friendly bus ride. Soon after, seven additional ZEPS electric buses joined the Wichita fleet in 2020. Thanks to Evergy's Renewables Direct program, these vehicles are powered by 100% renewable energy from Kansas wind farms.


With no gear shifts or engine vibration, your bus commute will go a lot smoother, and because electric buses have no combustion engine, you can also count on less noise pollution both inside and outside.


All-electric vehicles produce zero direct emissions, which includes smog-forming pollutants and greenhouse gases. No tailpipe means no exhaust, so you and everyone in your community can breathe a little easier.


We believe in equal access to clean air, less noise pollution, and more energy-efficient transportation for all citizens. These new buses will run on routes throughout Wichita, so all communities can enjoy the benefits.

Plan your trip on one of Wichita’s all-electric buses.

For the Tech Curious:

The largest electric transit offering in Kansas, Wichita's fleet includes Catalyst Electric Buses by Proterra and ZEPS Buses by Complete Coach Works.

Proterra Catalyst E2 Prodrive

160+ miles of range, full charge in 3.2 hours.

Total battery capacity of 440 kWh.

250kW permanent magnet drive motor.

Complete Coach Works ZEPS

150+ miles of range, full charge in 4 hours.

Total battery capacity of 311 kWh.

130kW high torque electric motor.

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