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Yes, transfers are available. Transfers cost $0.50 for adults or $0.25 for students, disabled, or seniors. When boarding, inform your operator you need a transfer and he/she will issue you one. Only one transfer can be used per $1.50 ride. Additional details can be found on the
The cost to replace or renew an ID is $2. You will need to visit the Knoxville Station Customer Service Counter; located at 301 Church Avenue, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
No. Transfers can only be used once per $1.50 ride. If you require multiple transfers to reach your destination, you would save money by purchasing a 1-Day Pass.
Football Shuttle Service is NOT available for the 2020 UT Football Season.
For a list of individuals that qualify for a reduce fare, please visit our
Visa and Master Card are accepted with proper ID.
GTFS is the acronym of General Transit Feed Specification, a feed that allows transit agencies like KAT to publish their data for developers to use when they write applications. For more information on this, please visit Google’s dedicated page.
Currently, our feed includes data for all of our fixed and trolley routes. Paratransit information is not part of this data at this time.
We update our GTFS data every time our routes undergo changes. To receive a message every time we have a new update available, you will need to register for our Text Alerts service. Just make sure to tick the 'KAT GTFS Dat' line and you'll be included in our developers’ mailing list.
Our GTFS data is hosted by the City of Knoxville. To download this feed, please click here.
We can always use an extra set of eyes! Please feel free to send an email firstname.lastname@example.org to report any error or inconsistency you might find in our GTFS data.
You can use our GTFS data free of charge.
No, you cannot. However, you can download our data for free and use it in applications you sell later for a profit.
For further questions or comments about KAT’s GTFS data feed, please send an email to email@example.com.
No, Trolleys do not run on Sundays. Routes operate generally until 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and until 10:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. For a detailed schedule visit the
There are currently 4 Trolley lines; Blue Line, Green Line, Orange Line and Red Line. For more information, visit the