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Representatives of the Kansas City Regional Transit Alliance discuss a proposal to extend the existing downtown streetcar route from Union Station south to 51st and Brookside Boulevard and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. They are submitting a plan in Jackson County Circuit Court to expand the existing transportation development district. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star

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