The sketchy market making from an official who works for a taxpayer supported program is perfectly legal but that doesn't mean we have to believe it . . . And so, check local fixed rail enthusiasts working desperately to hype their machine despite dramatically reduced ridership and the public turning away from mass transit schemes.
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Utility workers could dig up more than dirt and rock as they make way for one of Kansas City's largest coming infrastructure projects. Along Main Street, they're likely to unearth remnants of the city's original streetcar system - a robust network spanning both sides of the state line before being shut down in the 1950s.