Wichita offers plenty of options for motorcoach travelers. See below for a full list of services provided in the Wichita area for those traveling via motorcoach.
Motorcoaches may park on the streets of the Old Town District only long enough to load/off-load passengers. Motorcoach parking is available in several areas throughout Old Town (except between midnight and
Old Town Area
Waterman St. and Rock Island St.
Lot at Waterman St. and Mead St.
Large lot at
Along St. Francis St. from English St. to Waterman St.
Large area west of Washington St., south of Waterman St., east side of the railroad tracks
Dump, Wash, Repair
3333 N. Hillside St.
Dump stations Only
|USVI RV Park
Call for appointment
2920 E. 33rd St.
Johnson's General Store
53rd & N. Meridian
10723 W Kellogg
West Kellogg & Tyler Rd.
I-135 & 61st St.
Park City, KS
29th St. N. & Ohio
The following information highlights the motorcoach regulatory guidelines outlined by Kansas law. To avoid potential delays, register your authority and purchase the necessary permits in advance of your trip(s). We want your travel in Kansas to be enjoyable and trouble-free. Stop at the first open weigh station to show your identification and permits. After the paperwork is verified, your motorcoach may "roll through" subsequent weigh stations throughout Kansas.
INTERSTATE Passenger Service (across state lines):
1. Registration for FHWA (ICC) Authority
Before entering Kansas, register your vehicle with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to receive your USDOT number. All commercial motor carriers in Kansas are required to display their DOT number if that vehicle has a gross vehicle weight rating or gross combination weight rating of 10,001 or more pounds. For more information
400 7th Street, S.W. | Washington, D.C. 20590 | www.fmcsa.dot.gov
2. Registration for Single State Authority
Before entering Kansas, register your FHWA (ICC) authority with the Single State Registration System (SSRS) in your base jurisdiction. You will need to provide proof of insurance and your base state will collect fees and issue a receipt. A copy of this receipt must be carried in each vehicle that is registered. If your base jurisdiction does not participate in this program you may use a jurisdiction that does. Kansas does not issue any temporary trip permits. For more information
1500 SW Arrowhead | Topeka, Kansas 66604-4027 | 785.271.3145 | www.kcc.state.ks.us
3. Registration for Fuel Taxation
Before entering Kansas, you must be licensed under the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). For more information
915 SW Harrison | Topeka, Kansas 66625-8000 | 785.291.3898 | www.ksrevenue.org
4. Property Valuation Rendition
Kansas state law requires all motor carriers that are registered to operate in the state of Kansas to make an annual filing with the Kansas Department of Revenue. Property tax forms (renditions) are usually mailed to the carriers during February of the taxing year. The information provided by the motor carrier on these renditions is used to assess an ad valorem tax, a tax according to value, on equipment operating in or through Kansas in a haul-for-hire capacity. For more information about the motor carrier property tax please contact:
Kansas Department of Revenue
Division of Property Valuation
Robert B. Docking State Office Bldg.
915 SW Harrison St. | Topeka, Kansas 66612-1585 785.296.4510
INTRASTATE Passenger Service (from point to point within Kansas):
1. Registration for Intrastate Authority
If your company is domiciled in Kansas and operates beyond the 25-mile radius from the point of its domicile in a city, you must apply for operating authority and register your vehicle with the Kansas Corporation Commission. If your company is domiciled outside of Kansas but operates point-to-point within the state, you must apply for operating authority and register your vehicle with the Kansas Corporation Commission. For more information contact the following:
Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC)
1500 SW Arrowhead | Topeka, Kansas 66604-4027 | 785.271.3145 |