Kansas City Pothole Gaslighting Starts

A glimpse at 12th & Oak rhetoric ahead of election season which contradicts the condition of most local tires.

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The city’s recent landmark of 600 miles in 18 months signals a rate of 400 miles resurfaced per year. At this speed, the city’s total of around 6,000 miles of roads would take 15 years to resurface entirely.

“It is clear the nearly $40 million dollars of street preservation funding approved by the City Council in May is going to use,” wrote city spokesperson Sherae Honeycutt

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Did you tell the city about a pothole this year? There's a 72% chance it got fixed

Kansas City officials are celebrating a milestone in roadwork: 600 miles of city streets resurfaced in the past 18 months. City Manager Brian Platt took to Twitter last week to share the news. "This is 10% of all of our streets in Kansas City and more than we did in the previous 4 years combined," Platt wrote.