Friday, June 02, 2017

Kansas City Harsh Times For Hobos Walking On Broadway Buck O'Neil Bridge

Most of the folks trekking along this perilous path haven't been treated well by life and they continue to make poor decisions . . . Consider giving them a brake if only to avoid the paper work involved in crashing into a local pedestrian:

Pedestrian safety glaring issue for future of Buck O'Neil Bridge

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - "A lot of people walk over with no problem, but me, I won't do it again," Wendy Kiger said. Kiger lives at Holiday Apartments, a little community tucked back on Harlem Road next to the Buck O'Neil Bridge. Many people there don't have cars, and, like Kiger, have had to make a decision.


Anonymous said...

Heck, this bridge isn't even safe for cars. Narrow lanes and wild traffic. You would have to be suicidal to try and hoof it.

Anonymous said...

Are we going to add a couple of million dollars to the project for the benefit of one decrepit old apartment complex plagued by violence?

Anonymous said...

A billion for an airport, but not a measly 2 million for major bridge in the center of the city?