Transit Action Network (TAN)

Advocates for Improved and Expanded Transit in the Kansas City Region.

Creating Sustainable Places – Community Meeting in KCK Aug 23

Posted by Transit Action Network on August 13, 2012


This community meeting is related to the $4.25 million grant Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) received from HUD to help create sustainable places in the Kansas City region. A series of community meetings will be held around the region. Print and distribute this flyer for the meeting in KCK. Creating_ Sustainable_ Places_Community Meeting Flyer 

When: Aug 23, 6-7:30 p.m.
Where: Faith Deliverance Family Worship Center
              3043 State Avenue, Kansas City, KS

Investing in the State Avenue corridor will energize the transit corridor to be served by the new CONNEX route and transit infrastructure improvements provided by the $10.5 million federal TIGER grant.

According to MARC’s website for this project “Sustainable places are VIBRANT, with activity centers that offer a rich mix of amenities and housing choices, with easy access to jobs, services and recreation. They are CONNECTED by transportation corridors that accommodate different modes of travel — walking, biking, transit and auto. They are GREEN, respecting and preserving the natural environment while promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy residents.”

CSP_Community_ Meeting Flyer_Option 2


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