KCATA Starts Developing Housing Despite Inability To Manage Bus Schedules

Here's a peek at ambitious goals for an organization that has trouble running the buses on time.

To be fair . . . Most seniors don't mind waiting a bit for a discount . . . Check-it . . .

"The transportation-oriented projects involve rehabilitating a 54-unit senior housing building at 41st Street and The Paseo and new-build construction of 101 apartments spread among eight two- and three-story buildings at 45th and Olive Streets, according to a release from RideKC."

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KCATA approves RideKC's incentive-eligible affordable housing projects on East Side - Kansas City Business Journal

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority signed off on two East Side affordable housing projects proposed by its internal development agency, RideKC Development Corp. Both will be eligible for the agency's START incentives.