Planning for KC streetcar expansion will continue despite Tuesday’s vote against city participation.
Planning for KC streetcar expansion will continue despite Tuesday’s vote against city participation. Kansas City Star file photo
Planning for KC streetcar expansion will continue despite Tuesday’s vote against city participation. Kansas City Star file photo

KC streetcar supporters defy opposition vote, say expansion planning will continue

August 09, 2017 03:50 PM

UPDATED August 09, 2017 04:42 PM

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  • Voters head to polls for unusual Saturday election

    A steady stream of voters went to the Whole Person at 37th and Main streets on Saturday to vote for a board of directors for the newly expanded Kansas City streetcar district. Some voters said Saturday was a more convenient day to vote than the normal Tuesday, but turnout was still expected to be light.