Kansas City Adds Bike Lanes Despite Neighborhood Opposition

Other than a small clique of hobbyists, support for more bike lanes in Kansas City is paper thin.

But here's the problem . . .

Activists and their friends & family crowd public meetings and Zoom calls in order to fake a groundswell of support. 

I'm sure they laugh at their scam as they enjoy overpriced craft beers . . . Meanwhile, the rest of this town is forced to live with their dangerous designs and self-righteous bike supremacy

Let's not forget that the 3rd District if finally speaking up against bike lanes and demands more neighborhood approval.  

Meanwhile, the effort to manufacture consent persists. 

Check the latest example . . .

Maggie Green, Media Relations Manager for the city, said the addition of the bike lanes is part of an effort by the city to make its transportation system safer and accessible to everyone.

The City will host two virtual public meetings about this topic: On Monday, April 11, from 6 to 7 p.m., and Tuesday, April 12, from noon to 1 p.m.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Kansas City, MO seeks public input on proposed bike lanes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, plans to add 15 miles of protected bike lanes by the end of the year and is asking for community input. Maggie Green, Media Relations Manager for the city, said the addition of the bike lanes is part of an effort by the city to make its transportation system safer and accessible to everyone.

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