BREAKING: TOY TRAIN STREETCAR CREATES KANSAS CITY PARKING CRISIS!!!
The most important news today is that yet another Kansas City eco-devo scheme might soon push visitors AWAY from this town . . .
KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR CONSTRUCTION CREATES A DOWNTOWN PARKING CRISIS!!!
Even worse . . .
PARKING IS SO BAD ON THE WESTSIDE OF DOWNTOWN THAT CITY HALL HAS PROPOSED A PARKING CRACKDOWN!!!
Check the quote from a recent City Hall presser . . .
"The recently-approved regulations limit the time drivers can park in passenger and property loading zones and require use of emergency flashers for the duration of loading or unloading. Drivers are required to leave most passenger loading zones within 10 minutes, although some zones are identified as three-minute passenger loading zones. Individuals loading or unloading property are required to leave loading zones within 30 minutes.
In addition, the regulations prohibit parking within eight feet of a streetcar track or any public transit station, including bus stops and streetcar stations. Motorists found in violation of these regulations may be towed and fined as much as $500."
And so, like it or not . . .
PARKING PROBLEMS AND A POORLY PLANNED CONSTRUCTION NIGHTMARE OFFER ANOTHER REASON TO AVOID DOWNTOWN KANSAS CITY IN ADDITION TO P&L DISTRICT D-BAGS!!!
Developing . . .
City Hall Presser: City approves new parking regulations in response to increased downtown activity, residents and construction
Northeast News: City officials approve new parking regulations in response to increased downtown activity
KC Biz Journal: Kansas City toughens downtown parking regulations