The Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority wants people to try out a bus as an alternative means of getting around town.
The agency is introducing their Bus-Mobile at different locations around the capitol city this week.
Metro staff are on hand for people to answer any questions they may have about riding a bus.
They're hoping to attract commuters who have never ridden a city bus before.
The Bus-Mobile will be at the Topeka Zoo until 11 this morning and the Dillons store at 21st and Fairlawn from 3 until 5 p.m.
Other planned stops during the week include K-Mart and Hy-Vee.
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