Kiosks along Kansas City’s streetcar line, like this one installed in March, are part of a fledgling effort to create a “smart city” that collects data to improve public services.
Kiosks along Kansas City’s streetcar line, like this one installed in March, are part of a fledgling effort to create a “smart city” that collects data to improve public services. Tammy Ljungblad File photo
Kiosks along Kansas City’s streetcar line, like this one installed in March, are part of a fledgling effort to create a “smart city” that collects data to improve public services. Tammy Ljungblad File photo

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