Thursday, July 25, 2019

Toll Comeback For Buck O'Neil Bridge?!?!

A pricing scheme that merits more consideration given that Missouri taxpayers aren't pleased about paying for more construction.

Take a look at the scheme that's considered annually whilst local politicos prepare another tax increase behind the scenes . . . Read more:

Could tolls help fund improvements to the Buck O'Neil Bridge?

Bump-Bump. Bump-Bump. Sogoes the steady rumble of the nearly 44,000 vehicles a day traversing the U.S. highway 169 bridge in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The structure's three steel arches make it look like a small roller coaster has been dropped in front of the skyline.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... "Buck O'Neill Bridge" now which one is that?
Is that what City Hall wants the residents to call the Paseo Bridge, the Broadway Bridge, or the ASB Bridge?

Anonymous said...

^^^ I don't know Maude. I have a life. You apparently don't. Maybe if you had a social life, you could bore your "friend" with moronic crap like this?

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Ah, the Public Libraries are open.

Anonymous said...

There's no way a toll booth would work. people would avoid it. There's two other bridge options...the one that goes to Burlington though NKC and the I-35 bridge. Over 50 percent would reroute to take those even it it only saved a couple cents a day. It wouldn't be worth the hassle

Anonymous said...

10:31 what book do you think 9:32 is mouthing to himself right now?

Anonymous said...

^^^ He's not - they don't let you take books into the Men's Room - he must be mouthing something else in there.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet he still managed to knock you the fuck out. Weird

Anonymous said...

@ 9:32 and 11:18 - do you honestly think you're fooling anyone with your self-supporting failures? You invalidated your constant feeble trolling attempts over a year ago, Sweet Cheeks.

Too much repetition and no originality, quod est demonstrandum.

Anonymous said...

10:52, oh, too funny!