Streetcars in Kansas City are expected to start picking up and dropping off passengers in May. Now is the time for people to refine their parallel parking skills if they need to park on the 2.2-mile streetcar route downtown. A collision this week involving a streetcar and a poorly parked Mercedes at 20th and Main streets points to the need for people to improve their parking skills so their vehicles are within the white lines that run parallel to the tracks.
Streetcars in Kansas City are expected to start picking up and dropping off passengers in May. Now is the time for people to refine their parallel parking skills if they need to park on the 2.2-mile streetcar route downtown. A collision this week involving a streetcar and a poorly parked Mercedes at 20th and Main streets points to the need for people to improve their parking skills so their vehicles are within the white lines that run parallel to the tracks. . Special to The Star
Streetcars in Kansas City are expected to start picking up and dropping off passengers in May. Now is the time for people to refine their parallel parking skills if they need to park on the 2.2-mile streetcar route downtown. A collision this week involving a streetcar and a poorly parked Mercedes at 20th and Main streets points to the need for people to improve their parking skills so their vehicles are within the white lines that run parallel to the tracks. . Special to The Star

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