So, it turns out the plague wasn't as "transformative" as many advocates argued and this town still relies on cars.
Traffic still isn't as bad as pre-COVID but, double bonus, drivers are even worse.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rush hour traffic is slowly starting to ramp up to pre-pandemic levels. As more businesses open up and gatherings resume, traffic is tightening up around the metro. "I've definitely seen a lot more cars on the road and just general traffic along the highways is where I see it most," said Nathan Kilkenny, a delivery worker for Toblers Flowers.