Why Can't Kansas City Vote On Bike Lanes???

An agenda that has NEVER been put to a public vote continues to claim one street after the next without any conversation with local biz, residents or stakeholders.

What's worse is that anybody who questions the urbanist dream is met with Twitter trolling.

Here's one more example of a pricey project that hasn't really enjoyed much scrutiny . . . Check-it:

"For nearly two years, the city has been working on adding protected bike lanes throughout the metro. Their latest focus is on Truman Road with plans to take the six-lane roadway and cut down the driving lanes to four. The remaining space is set to be turned into protected bike lanes. "

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

Protected bikes lanes set to come along Truman Road in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City is in the process of installing its longest protected bike lane running east to west on Truman Road, but business owners and those who live nearby are raising questions on the city's plans on protecting cyclists when using these lanes.