Kansas City transit supporters are gearing up for a streetcar expansion election, seeking to extend the streetcar route from downtown to the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Kansas City transit supporters are gearing up for a streetcar expansion election, seeking to extend the streetcar route from downtown to the University of Missouri-Kansas City. File photo
Kansas City transit supporters are gearing up for a streetcar expansion election, seeking to extend the streetcar route from downtown to the University of Missouri-Kansas City. File photo

Kansas City is already gearing up for streetcar expansion vote

April 05, 2017 10:58 AM

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