Given the rate at which local biz continues to shut down as the weather grows colder, bankruptcy and a worsening pandemic financial disaster confront Kansas City.
Of course, locals are hesitant to give up their amenities. Meanwhile, city hall has confronted continued furloughs and the threat of layoffs.
Accordingly, a recent mobile social justice transit effort now hypes its impact despite dramatically decreased ridership and a used car boom that signals many people have given up on public transit altogether.
The president of the transportation authority said the change would give riders a better shot at job opportunities, an equal chance to vote, and could have positive impacts on the economy to the tune of more than $1 million a month.