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    On Monday, workers for Mark One Electric installed the first two of Kansas City's new Smart City kiosks along Grand Boulevard, one near the College Basketball Experience and one near the Power & Light District. The new kiosks will be interactive digital machines that let people find out about downtown activities and services and report problems. In all, 25 kiosks will be installed in the downtown area. The first two kiosks will be working on Wednesday, just in time for the Big 12 Basketball Tournament at the Sprint Center.

On Monday, workers for Mark One Electric installed the first two of Kansas City's new Smart City kiosks along Grand Boulevard, one near the College Basketball Experience and one near the Power & Light District. The new kiosks will be interactive digital machines that let people find out about downtown activities and services and report problems. In all, 25 kiosks will be installed in the downtown area. The first two kiosks will be working on Wednesday, just in time for the Big 12 Basketball Tournament at the Sprint Center. tljungblad@kcstar.com
On Monday, workers for Mark One Electric installed the first two of Kansas City's new Smart City kiosks along Grand Boulevard, one near the College Basketball Experience and one near the Power & Light District. The new kiosks will be interactive digital machines that let people find out about downtown activities and services and report problems. In all, 25 kiosks will be installed in the downtown area. The first two kiosks will be working on Wednesday, just in time for the Big 12 Basketball Tournament at the Sprint Center. tljungblad@kcstar.com

KC installs first of 25 Smart City kiosks downtown

March 07, 2016 11:58 AM

UPDATED March 07, 2016 02:57 PM

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