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Our General Public Transportation Services are available to everyone. These services are offered in Crawford and Neosho counties in Southeast Kansas. 

We offer several demand responsive services in those areas which require a scheduled appointment. To schedule a ride with one of those services call 620-724-6350.

The suggested donation is $1.00 for each trip; however, no one is refused service because they are unable to donate. 

Within the City of Pittsburg, we offer a deviated fixed route service, Pittsburg Area Community Transit, or P.A.C.T. This route stops at popular retail, educational, and service locations throughout the town. To access a list of locations with departure times, select the P.A.C.T schedule on the right side of this page. 

In addition, Pittsburg State University students have access to Safe Ride "The Loop," a demand responsive service, and GUS Bus, a deviated fixed route service; both are designed to transport students to their homes safely when they have no other options.

Please use the menu on the right side of this page to access more detailed information about these services and to inquire about TTY services. 

If you need additional information about our services call 620-724-8204 extension 1024.

"This project is funded in part by the Kansas Department of Transportation & the Federal Transit Administration."




Legal Publication for U.S.C. 49-5310

The Southeast Kansas Community Action Program, Inc. (SEK-CAP) is submitting application for U.S.C. 49-5310 federal capital grant funds to be provided through the Kansas Department of Transportation. Persons wishing to make comments on the application are requested to do so in writing no later than 4:30 p.m. on October 25, 2020. Comments can be mailed to: Jesse Ervin, Chief Executive Officer at: PO Box 128, Girard, Kansas 66743


Public Notice for Operating/Capital

The Southeast Kansas Community Action Program, Inc. (SEK-CAP) is submitting application for capital and operating assistance for transportation under the U.S.C.  5311 (rural public transportation) of the Federal Transit Act.  The application will be for capital funds to replace vehicle(s) in our current fleet and for operating funds to help provide transportation services in the area.  Written comments and questions regarding this application are encouraged and will be accepted until October 25, 2020, and should be sent to: Jesse Ervin, Chief Executive Officer at: PO Box 128, Girard, Kansas 66743



The Southeast Kansas Community Action Program, Inc. (SEK-CAP) receives Federal Transit Administration (FTA) operating dollars.  This funding is utilized for the purchase of fuel, insurance, equipment maintenance, and storage. This agency is seeking Kansas Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certified companies as potential vendors for these services.  Please contact Jesse Ervin, Chief Executive Officer, at PO Box 128, Girard, Kansas, 66743 if you are a DBE or are interested learning more about the DBE program.






Girard Central Office
Phone:  (620) 724-8204
Fax: (620) 724-4471

401 N. Sinnet St
P.O. Box 128
Girard, Kansas 66743

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
SEK-CAP, Inc. opperates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with SEK-CAP, Inc.
Proud member of the Kansas Association of Community Action Programs