The Kansas City Council endorsed local funding Thursday for a Prospect MAX rapid bus service, but the federal funding under the Trump Administration remains in doubt.
The Kansas City Council endorsed local funding Thursday for a Prospect MAX rapid bus service, but the federal funding under the Trump Administration remains in doubt. Lynn Horsley. Kansas City Star file photo.
The Kansas City Council endorsed local funding Thursday for a Prospect MAX rapid bus service, but the federal funding under the Trump Administration remains in doubt. Lynn Horsley. Kansas City Star file photo.

Prospect MAX bus line gets green light from city, but federal funding uncertain

March 23, 2017 4:01 PM

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