Kansas City U.S. 71 Earns EPIC Federal Cash For Equity After Urban Planning FAIL

Here's more context for a recent cash prize . . . To be fair, this dangerous stretch for road does, in fact, need a redesign after urban planners and local activists endangered countless lives with their racially charged demands . . . The fun part . . . Local news reports still blame racism for so many traffic deaths that were caused by community advocacy for misplaced stop lights.

Here's another look . . .

"The Biden administration has promised to leverage the RAISE program, bolstered with funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, to reduce emissions while improving equity, increase options for car-free mobility, and improve the sustainability of the nation’s transportation systems."

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How Locals Are Planning to Spend $2.2 Billion in RAISE Transportation Grants, Part Two

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Biden administration announced $2.2 billion in RAISE grant funding for transportation projects around the United States.