There's no denying it . . .
12th & Oak seemingly despises private ownership of personal vehicles and they've gone out of their way to make life hard on drivers.
Even worse and despite the fact that most people primarily use cars to commute to work . . .
THE "PHILOSOPHY" OF THE CURRENT KCMO CITY HALL ADMINISTRATION SEEMS TO ACTIVELY DISCOURAGE CAR OWNERSHIP!!!
Here's one more example of de facto taxation priorities . . .
"The change reflects a larger shift by city officials toward updating Kansas City’s parking policies and parking system, beginning with bustling districts like the City Market. City officials and parking experts hope instituting paid parking in high-demand areas will lead to less traffic and create more available parking spaces for those who need them."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
On a warm Saturday morning, streams of cars are filling the asphalt lots surrounding a bustling City Market. Signs posted at the entrance of each lot read: "$5 for 2 hours, $10 for 8 hours. Free parking located at 7th and Main."