Getting Around

The easiest way to get around Overland Park is by car. You can get from the north side of OP to the south end in less than 30 minutes as highway alt-69 runs through the middle of Overland Park.

Overland Park is centrally located within the Kansas City Metro and within about a 20-minute drive of most Kansas City experiences. Interstates and highways cut through the city providing easy access to must-see attractions and event sites. Ride sharing services in Overland Park and the greater Metro Area include Uber and Lyft.

Public Transportation

Eight RideKC routes serve Overland Park. The 403, one of the most popular routes in Overland Park, runs from Johnson County Community College to 75th Street in just approximately 20 minutes. 

On Two Wheels or by Foot

Overland Park has 163 miles of bicycle infrastructure, including 61 miles of dedicated bike lanes. The city has more than 800 miles of sidewalks and the best areas to walk around and shop or eat are Prairiefire District and Downtown Overland Park. OP also offers e-bike and electric scooters in the downtown area.

Limo and Bus Services

Transportation for your group in OP is made simple with options including local Limo and Bus Services available for booking.

About Overland Park

Overland Park traces its roots back to 1905 with the arrival of its founder William B. Strang Jr., who platted subdivisions, including…

Getting Here

Located in the heart of the country, Overland Park is within a day’s drive of more than 60 million people.