Wednesday, September 25, 2019
TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERS REJECT BIKE LANES ALONG MLK BLVD!!!
Bike/Walk advocates often include "urban core needs" in their proposal to build more access for local bikes across Kansas City.
But now, just like hottie Jordan, that questionable premise deserves a second look . . .
To wit . . .
CHECK KANSAS CITY URBAN CORE NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERS REJECTING BIKE LANES IN NORTHEAST AND THE EAST SIDE!!!
Read betwixt the lines and notice that some of the most dedicated stakeholders simply don't see the need for bike lane designs that would ruin otherwise beautiful streets in their community.
Take a look:
FOX4: Residents question bike lanes in $9.5M intersection construction project in Kansas City
A plan to provide more public housing in a northeast neighborhood is getting a boost with $5 million in federal funds.
The money will help pay for reconstruction of the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Independence Avenue. The plan calls for new sidewalks and a cycling lane at the intersection in addition to turn lanes that will help with traffic flow.
However, some residents are questioning the need for bike lanes. They think that building one here would force the city to make a bike route all the way down Martin Luther King Boulevard.
You decide . . .