The Kansas City Council advanced a resolution ahead of Tuesday’s bonds election that calls on the city to emphasize “complete streets” for drivers, walkers and cyclists as it completes road and sidewalk projects.
The Kansas City Council advanced a resolution ahead of Tuesday’s bonds election that calls on the city to emphasize “complete streets” for drivers, walkers and cyclists as it completes road and sidewalk projects. File photo by The Star
The Kansas City Council advanced a resolution ahead of Tuesday’s bonds election that calls on the city to emphasize “complete streets” for drivers, walkers and cyclists as it completes road and sidewalk projects. File photo by The Star

KC’s ‘complete streets’ plan for bond projects would benefit drivers, walkers, cyclists

March 30, 2017 2:52 PM

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