Posted by Transit Action Network on July 13, 2015
Celebrate the good news with KCATA and Mayor James – Millions of dollars in new public and private investments to re-energize the Prospect community.
When: 5 to 7 p.m., July 15
Where: Emmanuel Community Center, 3510 Prospect Ave.
Hot 103 JAMZ KPRS-FM will host a live remote from 4 to 6 p.m.
Hear Kansas City Mayor Sly James at 6 pm, then watch a video showcasing the major projects underway or planned for Prospect Avenue.
List of investments include:
$74 million for the new Leon Mercer Jordan,
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East Patrol Campus (new police station is scheduled for completion early next year),
$3.6 million Morningstar Missionary Baptist Church’s Youth and Family Life Center at 27th & Prospect,
$12 million Prospect project with a new Linwood Shopping Center development and a new Sun Fresh Market,
and KCATA, in partnership with the city of Kansas City, Mo., is planning a Prospect MAX line.
Don’t miss a chance to celebrate Prospect. The event includes free food and prizes.
KCATA Bulletin for more information.
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Posted by Transit Action Network on July 7, 2015
Are you noticing more bike lanes on the roads?
How are some Kansas City kids earning a free bike?
What is Bike Share?
Is the Kansas City region becoming more walkable?
Eric Rogers and Kristen Jeffers of BikeWalkKC talk about bicycling and walking in the Kansas City region with host Janet Rogers of Transit Action Network.
When: Tuesday, July 7, at 6 pm
Where: Transit Talk on RadioActive Magazine, 90.1FM KKFI Kansas City Community Radio
Listen to the Podcast
Eric is Executive Director of BikeWalkKC and Chairs the Kansas City, MO Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
Kristen, who recently joined BikeWalkKC as Communications and Membership Manager, is known nationally for her blog, The Black Urbanist.
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