The sketchy mode of transit pushed forward by rigged mail-in ballots and a gerrymandered election has always sold itself as an economic engine and driver of development.
Accordingly, turning to the East side might actually offer more access to lower income communities and entertainment districts that are otherwise dangerously isolated.
Given that it's all paid for by "free money" the direction of the toy train is totally up for grabs.
And so, the nice side of the bridge seems to be making a play for inclusion in this scheme that lacks a great deal of "diversity" and "equity" despite hipster support.
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North Kansas City, Streetcar Authority assess extending line over Missouri River - Kansas City Business Journal
Costly plans to extend the streetcar across the Missouri River into North Kansas City were "put on a shelf" years ago. Local officials say they could capitalize on streetcar momentum in Kansas City and potential federal funding opportunities to bring that route into being.