Thee's a silly plan to drastically curtail auto traffic inside the loop and it persistently takes up news space whilst inspiring the dreams of amateur urban planners.
This week, a notice for a meeting on the topic reveals just a bit of delicious irony . . .
Read closely and witness that the invite shares important DEETS ABOUT PARKING whilst inviting the public to participate in a rigged crackdown targeting drivers . . .
The 11th and 12th Complete Streets Connections study is being developed by the City of Kansas City, Missouri and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA). The goal of the study is to identify potential improvements to reliability and efficiency for bicycle and bus mobility along the 11th and 12th Street corridors between Wyandotte Street and Troost Avenue.
A public open house to unveil the recommended plan is set for 4-6 p.m. Wednesday (March 2) at the East Village Transit Center located at 700 E 12th St. On street parking available as well as at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church located at 1307 Holmes St. This will be an informal come-and-go open house format.
The design team will be available to share visual renderings and answer questions.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
This project will identify potential improvements for accessibility for bicycle and bus mobility along the 11 th and 12 th Street corridors between Wyandotte Street and Troost Avenue. The 11 th and 12 th Street corridors are the busiest bus corridors in the entire Metro.