The 4th district council dude is quick to slam motorists and neighborhood leaders who oppose his Bike/Walk agenda but we're surprised he hasn't said much about pedestrian peril at Arrowhead.
Sadly, the otherwise strident council dude MIIIIIIIGHT realize that a few phone calls from the Arrowhead front office would put him out of a job almost immediately.
Meanwhile . . .
Arrowhead is one of the few places where our TKC blog community might agree that TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT AND BETTER PEDESTRIAN ACCESS IS DESPERATELY NEEDED.
Even better. The Kansas City Chiefs should help finance or at least advocate for infrastructure improvements that would benefit their fans and nearby residents.
Again, sadly, local amateur urban planner & council dude Eric Bunch is much more interested in protesting alongside of BLM demonstrators and inflicting his unwanted bike lane schemes on Midtown . . . Rather than picking a fight with a real power player who can & will push back.
And so . . .
Since he's late to this fight . . . If he ends up doing/saying anything at all . . . We're taking credit for it.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- A 49-year-old Nebraska man was struck by a vehicle Sunday afternoon outside of Arrowhead Stadium. The incident happened in the area of Dubiner Circle and Royal Way, the Kansas City Fire Department and Kansas City Police Department said. The man is in critical condition, according to police.
A man was seriously injured when he was hit by a car outside Arrowhead Stadium shortly after the Chiefs game began Sunday afternoon.Police were called to the Truman Sports Complex for a collision with life-threatening injuries at 3:49 p.m. Sunday.
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police are investigating after a car hit a pedestrian near the entrance to a parking lot at Arrowhead Stadium. Investigators said it happened near Dubiner Circle and Royal Way around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, just minutes after the game between the Cowboys and the Chiefs kicked off.
Developing . . .