Wednesday, January 02, 2019

TKC READER GUIDE: WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE KANSAS CITY POTHOLE?!?!



We love the push back coming after this MSM report basically misrepresents how street repair really working in Kansas City.

A reader note:

"This has been here for three years. I’ve been meaning to send this to you for awhile, the “smart cities” article reminded me to give you this beauty."

Actually, we've seen this same scenario across the metro so we won't share the locale but it's a pretty high traffic area.

And so we ask . . .

WHERE IS YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL POTHOLE AMONG SO MANY TO CHOOSE?!?!

You decide . . .

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the "Smart Airport"


The city may be able to borrow $400 million from the federal government's Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) funding that they'd pay back over time. They'd be able to borrow it on a two percent interest rate.

"We might be the first airport in the country to use TIFIA to help finance the terminal, which is a great way to lower the cost to our fliers who are going to pay the bills," said city manager Troy Schulte.

Anonymous said...

All the potholes have been filled with pansies by the parks and rec department so they will be easier to locate by the street department.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Yip won't cost da taxpayers anything!

Anonymous said...

New York Times


LMAO

Anonymous said...

"We might be the first airport in the country to use TIFIA to help finance the terminal, which is a great way to lower the cost to our fliers who are going to pay the bills," said city manager Troy Schulte.


ROFLMgdfAO!!!!!

Anonymous said...


There are so many potholes in this city it's just hard to choose which one I love the most. Maybe the one in Sly James head has my heart!

Anonymous said...

4:11 I thought we weren’t paying for the airport?

Anonymous said...

There’s one on blue ridge cutoff south of raytown road that is always full of water that the city nevar evar fixed, been there going on five years now, oh, and the leak is so bad that at least 1 1/2 lanes of 3 lanes is solid ice for at least twenty yards.

Jobu said...

^^^^^ Winner right there. that one cost me a $230 tire on new truck.