Robbie Makinen already thought Kansas City’s fractured public transit system was lacking, and as chairman of the KC Kansas City Area Transportation Authority he was trying to bring order to the chaos. But after he was struck blind last year and suddenly had to depend on that system, his passion deepened.
Robbie Makinen already thought Kansas City’s fractured public transit system was lacking, and as chairman of the KC Kansas City Area Transportation Authority he was trying to bring order to the chaos. But after he was struck blind last year and suddenly had to depend on that system, his passion deepened. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Robbie Makinen already thought Kansas City’s fractured public transit system was lacking, and as chairman of the KC Kansas City Area Transportation Authority he was trying to bring order to the chaos. But after he was struck blind last year and suddenly had to depend on that system, his passion deepened. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

One man’s blindness helps brighten prospects for KC transit

September 21, 2014 06:08 PM

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