TKC EXCLUSIVE QUESTION: DOES KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR WORK COUNT AS INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT!?!?!
Today Kansas City was supposed ease downtown commuting trouble with new street openings after a horribly planned season of Summer construction.
Like all progress in this cowtown . . . That didn't happen:
Fox4: Cold weather delays opening of I-35 lanes near downtown
Even better . . .
KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS ARE QUESTIONING THE KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR TAKING PRIORITY AMID RECENT DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION!!!
City Hall's celebratory line:
"Downtown streetcar crews took advantage of the construction to lay the first length of streetcar track on the bridge in early November. While the rail installation extended construction on the bridge for about 10 days, it ensured that the bridge will remain open during downtown streetcar construction in 2014."
This leads Kansas City Insiders to ask . . .
"If you want updated infrastructure in KC, you MUST have a future streetcar route . . . That's the only place City Hall is dedicating all of their money for street improvements."
And so . . . Once again it's clear that the Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar has taken precedence over just about every concern in this town . . . Including our old and busted streets.
Developing . . .