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Commuter Rail Plan Receives $1.8 Million
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TitleCommuter Rail Plan Receives $1.8 Million
Extended TitleThe federal grant is for study of a proposal by Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders.
AbstractThe federal grant "will fund two commuter rail studies—one from downtown Kansas City along Interstate 70 to Independence and Blue Springs, and one on an abandoned rail line toward Raytown and Lee's Summit," and it will also pay "to study a downtown streetcar line from the River Market to Union Station." Although other rail studies have been done in the area before since 1993, this study is supposed be different. "The alignment is slightly different and the plan includes a different kind of commuter rail vehicle than what has been studied before…."
AuthorBrad Cooper
DateDecember 22, 2010
SourceThe Kansas City Star
PageA4 & A5
Mass transit
Local SubjectCommuter Rail
Jackson County, Missouri
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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CONTENTdm number39417
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