Midtown Kansas City Pleads For Stop Signs Not Bike Lanes

Sadly, neighborhood priorities don't always match up with 12th & Oak politics . . .

Locals seem to want help managing traffic, not eliminating it.

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The KCMO Spokesperson said its most recent request for a stop sign was Oct. 24, 2021 but it was closed and residents were advised to contact PIAC, the public improvements advisory committee.

Neighbors want something done before another crash happens.

"Are we waiting until something catastrophic or something worse could happen or someone is seriously injured?”

The city spokesperson said public works has been in contact with the Volker neighborhood over the last year on other "traffic calming" projects in the area.

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