The city and KCATA have plans for revitalizing the Prospect Corridor — but they won’t work without commitment from the federal government, writes Councilman Jermaine Reed.
The city and KCATA have plans for revitalizing the Prospect Corridor — but they won’t work without commitment from the federal government, writes Councilman Jermaine Reed. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
The city and KCATA have plans for revitalizing the Prospect Corridor — but they won’t work without commitment from the federal government, writes Councilman Jermaine Reed. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

Councilman Jermaine Reed: It all starts with public transportation

May 13, 2017 08:30 PM

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