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Appendix 1: Engagement summary CITYWIDE CORRIDOR OUTREACH SUMMARY August 2013 – March 2014 Total Stakeholders Reached: 11578 Stakeholders (Individuals, Businesses, and Organizations combined)

Total Letter(s) of Support: 9 • BikeWalk KC • 3 Trails Community Improvement District • 12th Street Heritage Corporation • Black Economic Union • Crossroad Community association • Center for Architecture and Design • Downtown Neighborhood Association • Mark One Electric • MOR Representative John Rizzo • Service Law Offices I. Summary: Vision for Change

Key points: Most of the citywide outreach conducted focused on professional organizations and transit advocacy groups in the region that were generally supportive. − −

Streetcar is about creating a more comprehensive transportation system in the region Has the impact to revitalize urban areas and draw new development of the type that encourages more transit riders and walkability

12th Street West: Linking Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas, the Historic West Bottoms has the potential to develop into one of Kansas City’s hotspots. The area is characterized by recent infrastructure investments, building re-use and conversions happening slowly, and business start-ups relocating to the area to take advantage of its affordable rental rates. Including a streetcar in the Historic West Bottoms is consistent with the improvement vision for the area. − − −

Residents: Area population and business development will expand over the next decade but additional infrastructure improvements, e.g. pedestrian connections, are needed. Businesses: The area has a great built environment but its development potential could be elevated with infrastructure improvements. Tourism: Key destinations are the American Royal, Kemper Arena, and the Central Business District. However, the street network is confusing and better signage is needed.

12th Street East: East-west and north-south connections that involve 12th Street are important because they link neighborhoods to downtown jobs and entertainment as well as local social services. The streetcar is an opportunity to improve 12th Street’s connection to downtown and thereby the population residing and working in the surrounding area. −

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Residents: 12th Street’s close proximity to downtown provides great opportunities for economic development and job growth for the neighborhood. It would also attract young professionals who work downtown. Businesses: There is plenty of vacant land in the corridor that could be transformed into mixed use developments. However, incentives and infrastructure improvements are needed to attract developers to 12th Street.


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Tourism: Promote historic places, connect 12th and Brooklyn to downtown, and link entertainment centers, e.g. 18th and Vine, Power and Light District, and Crown Center. Officials: Employment centers are gone but neighborhoods remain strong. Connect residents (and neighborhoods) and change the perception of neighborhood transformation.

18th Street: Connecting Downtown Kansas City to the historic Jazz District has the potential to fold in the 18th and Vine area into the larger downtown area. The area is characterized by significant public and private investment, but it remains an isolated pocket of activity cut off from the rest of the City by industrial uses, US 71 and the terminal railway. A streetcar could continue the reinvestment in the area and create a connection to Downtown. − − −

Residents: More housing units are needed to support retail and other services. Businesses: There has been significant public investment in the area. However, more is attention is needed to create spark private investment. Tourism: Key destinations are 18th & Vine Jazz District, Gem Theatre, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Jazz Museum. Both real and perceived barriers separate the neighborhood from the rest of downtown Kansas City.

Southwest Boulevard: This corridor represents one of the best opportunities to connect Kansas City, Missouri to Kansas City, Kansas. Connecting KYU Medical Center to the Crossroads and on to 18th & Vine via a combined Southwest/18th Street corridor would connect activity centers and neighborhood to jobs across State line. As the Crossroads community grows, both 18th Street to the east and Southwest Boulevard to the west can benefit from reinvestment. − − −

Residents: Historic neighborhoods need to be preserved along this commercial corridor. More housing units and density along the corridor would both increase activity, but also stabilize the community. Businesses: Existing ethnic businesses are wary of additional taxes, especially considering the nascent Community Improvement District under consideration. Tourism: Key destinations are the Roasterie, Boulevard Brewery, ethnic businesses, and the nearby American Royal. Creating a stronger corridor and destination is important to draw more tourists for longer periods of time.

CITY WIDE COMMUNITY OUTREACH DETAILS August 2013 – March 2014 | 11578 I. Outreach Conducted

A. Southwest Boulevard Corridor from August – November | 296 participants • See Systems Overview for recap B. 12th Street Corridor from August – November | 2088 participants • See Systems Overview for recap C. 18th Street Corridor from August – November | 350 participants • See Systems Overview for recap

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The largest concern for citywide transit advocates is the impact of streetcars on the existing bus service. − Streetcar will negatively impact funding for buses and until the full build-out of the streetcar would create redundancies in transit service − Economic development potential of the streetcar and all rail transit is not proven − Want meetings to discuss potential construction impacts − Want connections to outlying communities and destinations − Diversity incorporated into public dollars spent − Messaging should include information about why streetcars worked in the past − Funding for the selected routes and impact on the neighborhood − Potentially limited development potential and ridership on portions of 12th Street − Need general infrastructure improvements, e.g. sidewalks and roads − Physical challenges, e.g. railroads, viaducts, and street network, present − City parking requirements will need to be adjusted to attract new development - Developers lack incentive to build in 12th Street area − 12th Street is close to downtown but not considered “part of downtown” − Integration of streetcar with current bus system. − Desire for north-south route and/or connection to 12th Street (loop). − Making Kansas City a “fair city” so all residents feel connected − Potential high cost to ride streetcar

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D. Facilitations at Union Station from August 12 - August 30 | 240 participants • Route preferences o Extend south per closer to Grand Boulevard, already have MAX bus o Need to serve people located in between Main Street and Grand because it’s not easy for all of them, e.g. elderly, to access the starter line o Independence Avenue: Main to Wilson Road to provide access to grocery stores o Extend Independence Avenue route into the City of Independence, e.g. to the square, because suburbanites use park-and-ride lots and the buses; could use streetcar to experience what Kansas City has to offer o Extend routes to surrounding cities, e.g. Blue Springs, Independence, Grandview, Raytown, Belton, Olathe, etc to meet the transportation needs of downtown workers who live in those communities  Extend streetcar to city centers (City Hall)

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E. Community Meetings | August 2013 – March 2014 | 269 • Kansas City Regional Transit Alliance, Aug. 6 • Transit Action Network, Sep. 6 • Ciclovia, Sep. 7 • American Society of Civil Engineers, Sept. 10 • Better Block KC, Oct. 4 • Kansas City Neighborhood Advisory Committee, Oct. 8 • Transit Action Network, Nov. 1 • Quixotic Fusion Event, Dec.6-7 • HEDC/Westside Housing, Dec. 9 • KC Central Library, Dec. 13 • Crossroads Community Association, Dec. 16 • Lykins Neighborhood Association, Dec. 16 • Paseo West Neighborhood Association, Dec. 18 • Transit Action Network , Jan. 3 • Downtown KS Streetcar Meeting, Jan. 22 • Downtown KS Streetcar Meeting, Jan. 27 • KC Central Library, Jan 27 • BikeWalk KC, Jan. 28 • Downtown Neighborhood Association, Jan. 29 • Downtown KS Streetcar Meeting, Jan. 29 • Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, KCMO Committee, Jan. 28 • Kansas City Missouri Community Development Conference, Jan. 30 • East 23rd Street PAC, Feb 3 • American Institute of Architect, Feb. 5 • Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, Surface Transportation Committee, Feb. 6 • Town Fork Creek Neighborhood, Feb. 22 • American Planning Association, Feb. 24 • Paseo West Neighborhood Association, Feb. 26 • BikeWalk KC Happy Hour, Feb. 2 • Women’s Employment Network, Mar. 11 • KC Public Library, Mar. 12 • Prospect MAX Corridor Workshop, Mar. 18 • Other community outreach efforts | 20 • Street Team Canvassing at Warehouse Weekends on December 6: 20 businesses − Bella Patina − Hello Sailor − Nook & Cranny | − Restoration Emporium | − Stuffology − Circa − Liberty Belle − Hickory Dickory − Sit On It − Rag & Bone − nonesuchplace − Studio 1404 − The Red Shed − Lucky Dog Vintage − Pentimento Antiques and Art


NextRail KC MindMixer: 1775 Stakeholders (180 Ideas & 143 Comments) o Online forum identified two rounds of questions to date o First round of questions focused on a discussion of the potential impacts and benefits of a streetcar and lead to the weighting of various evaluation criteria categories o Second round of questions focused on key decision regarding the termini and alignments for all 8 corridors and lead to a detailed discussion on the merits of each corridor

NextRail KC Facebook: 496 Stakeholders (Friends) o Provided notices of events, storied about streetcar and other grassroots outreach efforts o Shared content with Twitter account

NextRail KC Twitter: 402 Stakeholders (Followers) o Provided immediate notification of events and updates of the project o Shared some content with Facebook account

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− Le Fou Flea − PnR repurposed − Rustic Redoux − Well Traveled − Good Juju F. Online community outreach efforts | 8,315 • NextRail KC Website: 5,644 Stakeholders (Unique Visitors with 31,678 Page Views) o Provided background to streetcars and their impact, including a FAQ section o Project schedule and description of each phase of the project o Provided community with information from all outreach activities including information boards, presentations and the evaluation criteria used to identify which of the 8 corridors move forward to a detailed analysis o Regular updates on the blog about milestones and notices of progress in the project and other events

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INDEPENDENCE AVE. CORRIDOR OUTREACH SUMMARY August 2013 – April 2014 Total Stakeholders Reached: 1,517 Stakeholders (Individuals, Businesses and Organizations combined)

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KC NEAT Asian Americans for Equality Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment Northeast Community Center Columbus Park Community Council Pendleton Heights Neighborhood Association (2) Scarritt Renaissance Neighborhood Association (2) Indian Mound Resident Manny Abarca Northeast Chamber of Commerce Mattie Rhodes Center Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

Overview: The Northeast Kansas City community is diverse and eclectic in history, languages spoken, cultures, family dynamics, and socio-economic. From the Columbus Park neighborhood to the Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment, you can find people of all age groups including millennials, young families, and senior citizens. As a result, the NextRail team was robust and comprehensive in the communication strategy and approach, leaving no stone unturned and casting a wide net of streetcar awareness. The team met with community organizations such as KC Neat, the Mattie Rhodes Center, and the Northeast Chamber of Commerce, attended neighborhood association meetings, met with business owners, large and small such as KCUMB and Eleos Coffee, spent time at the Kansas City Library – Northeast Branch, canvassed several area schools as well as residential and business corridors and public housing units, of which there are four in the northeast area, hosted community workshop meetings, met for lunch and/or coffee with community leaders, as well as communicating via phone, email, social media, project website, and print communications. In addition to project materials produced in English, the NextRail team translated printed materials into Spanish, Vietnamese and Somali, in order to communicate to a wider audience. The Independence Corridor community is overwhelmingly supportive of a streetcar on Independence Avenue, even with financial questions still in the air, KCATA and existing bus service coordination still needing to be planned and the design still unknown. Overall, a majority of stakeholders and community meeting participants perceive a streetcar as a tool that will help bolster the investments that have already been made in the Northeast area. Additionally, a streetcar will encourage more development and aid in the redevelopment of the Gateway project at Independence and Paseo as well as the Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment, both of which will serve as anchors to a streetcar route. The removal of the blight and hotels/motels at the intersection of Independence and Paseo are a major concern for the community. A more consistent streetscape in the area will will enhance the pedestrian environment for residents and visitors alike.

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Key points: Connectivity is a major theme: The Northeast neighborhoods want to be connected to downtown and the River market and be thought of as a downtown neighborhood. There is a need for a streetcar to lead people into the Northeast communities of Kansas City, as well as bringing its residents to their places of employment and to downtown.

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Diversity is extremely important: The residents would like to keep the diverse feel to their community and have the streetcar not only support the existing businesses, but help to enhance and showcase them to outsiders and visitors. They do not want to see a streetcar bring in larger development that squeezes out the “flavors” of the Northeast area, but they would like it to be an economic driver to bring some larger development to help increase the tax base of the area and help to create more jobs for its residents.


Expanding mobility options: There exists public transportation ridership in the area and a streetcar is another component of the overall system and will help people be more mobile. They would like to see improvement with the existing bus service as well as the addition of the streetcar. They also want Independence Avenue to be walk-able and pedestrian friendly with improved sidewalks, curbs, streets, intersections, storefront improvements, streetscape, crosswalks that are more ADAcompliant, and overall community improvements and upkeep. They feel a streetcar will be used heavily along this corridor, along with the continuation of the bus, and there is a lot community support that can help with a grassroots support campaign for a streetcar. Connect to Downtown: A streetcar route along Independence Ave. will help connect this community to downtown, increase the mobility of its residents, employees, and employers, and welcome in new visitors, both local and regionally, to this very diverse and historic neighborhood just east of the Central Business District.

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The most important thing a streetcar can do is to coonect neighborhoods to each other and a City’s downtown, while also attracting new development. Streetcars must increase transit ridership and complement the existing bus service. A significant community question is making sure the financing plan is fair and equitable. In order to ensure success, investment in a streetcar must be matched with supportive policies and focused leadership as well as community involvement.

The Northeast community would like to see improved sidewalks as part of a streetcar project. They feel they have been dealing with inadequate sidewalks and hope that a major transportation project will assist the community with other community improvement projects.

The Northeast community is full of diverse cultures, people and histories and the people and businesses along this corridor want to make sure this is preserved in light of a transformative transportation project. They do not want to see the “little guy” squeezed out of their community but rather have this project support the existing businesses already in the northeast.

Pedestrian + Walkability Concerns • How will the streetcar affect pedestrians on sidewalks and in the streets? • How will the streetcar run with existing traffic? • How will it handle in the snow and the piling of snow up on sidewalks?  • Crosswalks are currently too far apart and sometimes serve as a potential safety concern.  How will the streetcar work within these constraints and can a streetcar project assist with the safety of crosswalk planning on Independence? • Intersection issues already exist at Benton, Paseo, and Van Brunt. How will a streetcar work within these constraints? Construction •

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During the first half of this study phase, construction schedules and impacts were a major concern for both residents and businesses along Independence Avenue. As communication with the community continued, and explanation of the downtown/ Main Street construction plan took place, construction concerns seem to have lessened. But all concerned agreed that they want to be kept in the loop throughout the process and especially during construction. They would like to keep as much parking maintained as possible, both lots and street, and for the City to work with them to make sure the public knows that businesses are open during construction. The financing of this project remains a question for the Northeast Kansas City community. Small businesses, especially within Columbus Park, are concerned with the 1% sales tax and how that will affect their customer base, while both residents and businesses (for profit, religious, and community-based) still have questions

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Community Improvements • The Paseo / Independence Ave Intersection must be addressed. A majority of stakeholders feel that a project of this magnitude can, and should, assist with that eyesore of an intersection.

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about the structure of the property assessment plan. A Coordinated Transit System • Many are concerned with how a streetcar will work alongside buses, cars and even bicycles. Some questions we’ve heard repeatedly are: o How will a streetcar work within the context of an entire transit system? o How does the current bus routes work cooperatively with a streetcar? o What about bikes and taxi cab services as well? Alignment + Terminus • There still remains the question about alignment and the plan to bring this into or through Columbus Park? Is it Cherry Street? Is it a couplet on Charlotte and Campbell? Or is it a route straight to downtown on Admiral Boulevard? A majority of communicants vote for the Cherry Street alignment for cost and ease of use purposes. •

The community is interested in the recommended terminus point. Will it be Benton or Hardesty? Most supporters would like for it to go to Hardesty and connect up with the Hardesty Renaissance Development, though several groups would like it to connect up with Price Chopper and run past the KC Library – Northeast branch, though the engineering restraints of the bridge make that difficult.

Other Community Concerns • The Northeast community has numerous concerns that may have a higher priority than introducing a streetcar into their neighborhood: o Access to healthy food (a streetcar line to the City Market would address that concern) o Crumbling and Decaying sidewalks o General community blight o Existing homeless population and their needs o City support for the existing small businesses so they can survive in this market o Improve the outside façade of restaurants and businesses o Add a streetscape plan to the streetcar design to address sidewalks, aesthetics and facades. Coordinate this with existing area Northeast area development plans. Opposition

There is a citizen group located in the Northeast area, mostly located in the Indian Mound neighborhood, that is opposed to a streetcar not only along Independence Ave. but in Kansas City as a whole. They are not large or organized and seem to be the only opposing group we’ve encountered on the Independence Corridor so far.

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Community Meetings | December 2013 – April 2014 | 387 participants Pendleton Heights Community, Jan. 14 Columbus Park Community, Jan. 15 Corridor Leader, Jan. 16 (Co. Wagner) Downtown Streetcar Open House, Jan. 22 Downtown Streetcar Open House, Jan. Jan 27 NEKC Chamber, Jan. 28 Mattie Rhodes Jan. 28 KCUMB Jan. 27 Central Bank on Independence Jan. 20 KC NEAT Transportation Meeting Feb. 6 Independence Plaza Neighborhood Council, Feb. 11 Don Bosco Director Feb. 12 Urban Summit, Feb. 14 Somali Group meeting Feb. 18 Columbus Park Plaza Apartments, Feb. 19 Pandolfi’s Deli, Feb. 21 KCUMB, Feb. 21


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Printed communications were translated into the following languages: Spanish; Somali: Vietnamese.

Met with area schools and distributed literature | 100 participants − Northeast High School Feb. 10 + 14 − Garfield Elementary Feb. 10 − Scuola Vita Nuova Charter School Feb. 17

Canvassed the community with project literature | Feb 12 – 21, 2014 | 225 participants − Columbus Park − Paseo West − Pendleton Heights − Scarritt Renaissance − Indian Mound − Lykins − Sheffield − Blue Valley − Columbus Park restaurants − Columbus Park Plaza Apartments − Don Bosco Senior Center − Postcards to Paseo West Neighborhood Association. Spoke with President, Joe Privitera − CVS − Snyder’s Supermarket − Huda Food − La Tienda Carrete − Little Burma Grocery Store − El Toritoll − Biscari Brothers Bicycles − Eleos Coffe house (visited twice) and spoke with shop owner. − Public Housing Units − Canvassed the business community with project literature | Feb. 21 + 23, 2014 | 30 participants − Century Tower − Samuel Rodgers Health Center − Pho Hoa Noodle Shop − Taqueria Mexican − Carniceria El Torito − Gringo Loco − La Flor de Chiapa − Abarrotes Mi Familia − Brooklyn Market − Bao Jewelry − Mr. Abdi and elders representing the Somali population

Canvassed the community with project literature | Feb. 26, 2014 | 35 participants − Holy Rosary Credit Union (spoke with Bank Manager) − Happy Gillis Coffee Shop − LaSala’s Deli − Kim Long Asian Market & Restaurant − Vocci’s Ravioli − Vietnam Café − KCUMB − Don Bosco Senior Center

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B. Grassroots community outreach efforts | December 2013 – April 2014 | 665 participants • Continuous emails and phone calls to corridor stakeholders. Communication via social media as well | 250

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KC Neat NEKC Chamber of Commerce KC Library - Northeast Branch LISC NE News 3rd District Councilmembers 1st District Co. Wagner 3rd District PIAC reps UMB Bank Mattie Rhodes Center Della Lamb Northeast Community Center Glennon Place Midwest Tech. Connection Northeast Realty reStart, Inc Neighborhood Family Care Eleos Coffee house Dr. Ed Kendrick DDS office Bella Realty TRE Magazine Central Bank of KC CSL Plasma Community Capital Fund group Jim Rice

Canvassing/Phone Outreach along the business corridor | Week of Sept. 30 | 25 groups A majority was receptive to the project and had questions about the financing to support this project: will the residents and businesses in this district be taxed. They had questions about the overall timeline/schedule for a project like this and how construction would be planned. − Eleos Coffee house − Dr. Ed Kendrick DDS office − Bella Realty − TRE Magazine − UMB Bank − Central Bank of KC − Northeast Chambers of Commerce − CSL Plasma

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Community Meetings | August – November 2013 | 330 participants 3rd District Community Meeting, Aug. 12 Northeast KC Chamber of Commerce, Aug. 26 Columbus Park Neighborhood Board, Sep. 4 Scarritt Renaissance Neighborhood Association, Sep. 9 Independence Plaza Neighborhood Council, Sep. 10 Pendleton Heights Neighborhood Board, Sep. 11 Indian Mound Neighborhood Association, Sep. 15 Columbus Park Neighborhood Association, Sep. 18 Sheffield Neighborhood Association, Sep. 23 Northeast KC Chamber of Commerce, Sep. 24 Scarritt Renaissance Neighborhood Association, Oct. 10 3rd District Community Meeting, Oct 14 Pendleton Heights Neighborhood Association, Oct. 15 Meeting Summary: Pendleton Heights Neighborhood Association is supportive of the streetcar. “Real” Northeast opposes the streetcar plan. “Real” Northeast is composed of current and former residents of the Northeast neighborhood and includes some residents from the Indian Mound neighborhood. Many residents are supportive of an Admiral and Columbus Park streetcar line. There is PIAC funding available for an Independence Avenue and Benton Boulevard infrastructure project.  The residents would like to hold off on pursuing the project until Independence Ave is chosen as one of the corridors.  They don’t want to invest in the


infrastructure just to have the street torn up during construction. Meeting Questions: • What can we do to show more support? • What makes one corridor more attractive than the others? • When will a decision be made? • How much will it cost? • Who will make the decision? • How will this impact businesses located on Independence Avenue? • What is the potential cost to us? • How does it impact taxpayers? • Do Historic Districts qualify better? • Describe what is involved with putting a streetcar into a neighborhood?

LINCOLN BUILDING MODEL FACILITATION | 30 participants Sep. 3 – 6, 2013 Meeting Summary: 30+ individuals participated throughout the week, included residents and businesses. Scheduled meetings: Sept. 3, Guy Merola for Columbus Park; Sept. 4, KC Neat; Sept. 5, LISC; Sept. 5, Roger Reed (Indian Mound resident).

Summary In general, the participants thought that extending the route all the way to Hardesty made the most sense, for a variety of reasons including maximizes access to entire Northeast, approaching Terminal Railway bridge, and access to the Price Chopper. Participants struggled with making a choice on how to connect to the Starter Line. There was no consensus on how to make this connections based on the three options provided. Most participants thought it was important to connect to downtown, but many thought this should be done via the River Market. TABLE 1: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on Independence Avenue? How far should a streetcar go down Independence Avenue to best balance benefits and costs? −

The streetcar should go to Hardesty. This makes sense with current ridership numbers and population density. Build a streetcar route that increase employment density in the core and the Central Business District.

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Public Comments/Questions: • Charlotte, Campbell and Harrison Streets are too narrow to accommodate a streetcar; already has dual-side on the street parking • Route to go on Cherry Street? • How will the car handle the curves? • Van Brunt/Budd Park connection from Independence Avenue to 18th Street • Connect park to park • Elmwood a good/stable block • Apartment potential at storage facility at Independence Avenue and Hardesty • Rehab of Old Montgomery Ward building “Super Flea” • Lots of surface lots • Community Tires at Independence Ave. and Elmwood – nuisance? • Many residents are renters – limited community buy-in • Minneapolis – “honor system” ridership. Worth researching • What tax structure? • Will it generate its own revenue to be self-sufficient over time?

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II. Which alignment option do you think provides the best balance of benefits and tradeoffs: Cherry Street in mixed traffic OR Campbell Street/Charlotte Street couplet in one-way traffic OR Admiral? − − − − −

Cherry Street connects better to the starter line and the City Market Charlotte just received numerous road improvements and the community would not want to see the road torn up again and money wasted. Cherry Street is a direct connect to the River Market and is still in a location that is walk-able for Columbus Park residents. KCUMB supports the route through to the River Market The question was asked: “Do Northeast residents want to get direct to downtown or the River Market?” This table said the River Market.

III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − This table expressed interest in keeping as much on-street parking as possible, which resulted in the Cherry Street alignment option being selected. − How will bike lanes be incorporated? IV. Other comments: − Termini for other routes: Van Brunt for 31st and Linwood; 51st Street for Main Street Plus. − How will a streetcar work with the senior citizen demographics? How accessible and financially feasible is it for them? A large number of senior citizens utilize the Columbus Park Plaza Apartment Complex and the Don Bosco Senior Center. − What is the feasibility of a streetcar with such an already congested avenue? − The group would like more details on how on-street parking may be affected by a streetcar − Is putting a streetcar back into the urban landscape the most feasible idea? − How do you fit it into a roadway that just received $100K in PIAC funds for improvements? (Charlotte) − There was concern that this process seems rushed − How does a streetcar work along with other neighborhood priorities like snow removal from streets and sidewalks and pothole refills? − How do left-hand turns work with a center-running streetcar? − Most at the table understood that a streetcar is more than a transit tool but an economic development tool as well. − Most at the table also saw the streetcar as a vehicle to show the “diverse product line” that Northeast Kansas City has to offer. V. Additional comments from Table 1: Summary: After much discussion, the group decided that the termini would be best placed at Hardesty on Independence (population density) and Van Brunt on 31st/Linwood (development opportunity). They decided that the alignment would best be located on Cherry Street, as it requires less re-design of the roadway and there is more width for a double streetcar line. This would still connect to the starter line via the River Market and the south end of Columbus Park. − − − − − − − −

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The group decided that the Hardesty termini made sense for the project because it has the most population density. It was noted that putting streetcar in any area will change the makeup of the area, possibly the population. The group decided that the Van Brunt termini made sense because of the possibility of development. It was noted that the content of the discussion tonight would go into the final report. Financing was explained. If the TDD is approved by a vote of the people, a one-cent sales tax will be in effect within the TDD. Additionally, businesses or residents within a half-mile of the streetcar route will be charged an assessment. The group eventually decided that the termini should be located on Hardesty (population density) and Van Brunt (development opportunities). It was agreed that getting to UMKC via streetcar is important. It was noted that the installation of the streetcar is not about transportation, but about economic development. A resident who had once lived in Chicago said that the construction of the Ell changed desolate, urban neighborhoods into vibrant communities. There was concern about the tax burden to those who live within a half-mile of the streetcar route, but there is a study that proves that the neighborhood people will benefit regardless of


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income. There was discussion about the location of the rails (2 lanes of street). It was noted that if the community chose to put the streetcar route in the median, there would be no left-turn access. There were comments about the City Council deciding how they were going to use taxpayers’ money on the streetcar system. It was clarified that this is how government works and that they can show their disapproval when voting for elected officials. The group decided that Cherry Street was the best option for an alignment to the starter line because it travels through the River Market and is closer to Columbus Park. Additionally, money was just spent to repair Charlotte and there are costs involved with some of the obstacles in the other locations.

TABLE 2: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on Independence Avenue? How far should a streetcar go down Independence Avenue to best balance benefits and costs? − Prefers a route that goes from 2nd to Grand, south to Admiral and the Paseo and then head east onto Independence Ave. − IT should not run through Columbus Park − Hardesty would be an ideal termini point because of the Hardesty Renaissance Development − At minimum, the route should go to Benton Blvd. to access the residents and commercial district 1.

Main Street should go to 51st Street at the minimum in order to connect with UMKC o If you go to 75th Street, reach residents who already use the MAX bus on Main Street. o Keep the streetcar on Main Street to get into Waldo (more of a benefit and most cost effective). 2. The 31st / Linwood route should go further west to connect to Penn Valley College o Travel on 31st Street to loop through the College, using Pennsylvania and Prospect II. Which alignment option do you think provides the best balance of benefits and tradeoffs: Cherry Street in mixed traffic OR Campbell Street/Charlotte Street couplet in one-way traffic OR Admiral? − Independence Corridor BENEFIT: Connect Columbus Park/River Market residents to neighborhoods East on Independence Ave.

o Incorporate complete streets o Support the already existing developments along Armour Blvd, which is closer to Linwood than 31st Street o Build to Prospect on Linwood

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Columbus Park can get congested with deliveries, patrons, and funerals at Holy Cross Church. Residents relay on parking on Charlotte Street. Independence Ave needs redevelopment and the streetcar will encourage redevelopment.

TABLE 3: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on Independence Avenue? How far should a streetcar go down Independence Avenue to best balance benefits and costs? − Really need ridership data to decide. − At least Hardesty Avenue o Connection to existing neighborhood anchors, potential rider and existing businesses. − Would both bus and streetcar run together on Independence Avenue? − East/West connections are more important than extending South (85th Street).

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o Help bring (?) together. II. Which alignment option do you think provides the best balance of benefits and tradeoffs: Cherry Street in mixed traffic OR Campbell Street/Charlotte Street couplet in one-way traffic OR Admiral? − Cherry Street o Could be appealing. o Don’t want streetcar bringing McDonald’s, etc. o Galleries, etc. would be better. o Are there zoning issues? o Would like vertical or mixed-use spaces. − One-way Traffic o Potential intrusion on neighborhood. Noise Concern o Narrow streets are a factor. o Being on a one-way should not be an issue. − Admiral o No faster III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − Should include bike trails − One-way Outlets − Provide education or signage about how to ride − Have neighborhood vote on which alignment is preferred − Active/work neighborhood vote to provide input − Get businesses to come into neighborhoods. − Alignment options and (?) IV. Other Concerns: − Taxes − Don’t want to ride/invest if bus already runs on Independence Avenue − Key is getting people to want it (or use it). − Can have a bus feeder line for a streetcar. − What will Historic Northeast neighborhood look like? − Age differences TABLE 4: At table: six people − 5 residents of Columbus park − 1 frequent transit rider Key alignment decisions − Independence termini: 4 miles from Main Street to Wilson Road − Overall routes − Independence to Wilson − Main Street to 51st − Linwood or 31st to Hardesty/Van Brunt − From starter line – connect via Cherry

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Discussion − Instead of choosing Hardesty as the end point for the Independence line, this group wanted to see the line go all the way to Wilson Road to connect to the Price Chopper − Hardesty was chosen because it represents “the greatest good for the most people” − The problem with ending at Hardesty, however, is that many people want to use transit to get to the grocery store. Since the grocery store is further out Independence, people would not be able to use the streetcar to reach this important destination − Also one participant raised the concern that, if the streetcar stops at Hardesty, the 24 bus needs to be continued at a “decent” level of service so people can reach Wilson − If the streetcar can’t go all the way to Hardesty and has to stop at Benton for now, it is not a deal breaker − Another concern – if streetcars have fewer seats than buses as the system gets started, could make it harder for people to get to the grocery store on Wilson


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Misc. other comments − Charlotte and Independence would be a good place for a stop − One person commented, “I see Columbus Park is the only place where you are actually proposing to go through a neighborhood.” − ”Our taxes would go up but so would our property values.” − Would bring more development – which would be good − Admiral is more direct but Columbus Park has crappy transit now − In Columbus Park, “If we’re getting the maintenance facility, we should also get streetcars.”

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I. Which route, Cherry Street of the Campbell Street/Charlotte Street couplet, makes the most sense to connect the Independence Avenue corridor to the Downtown Kansas City Streetcar starter line? Why?

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Linwood Boulevard/31st Street CORRIDOR OUTREACH SUMMARY August 2013 – March 2014 Total Stakeholders Reached: 1,546 Stakeholders (Individuals, Businesses and Organizations combined)

Total Letter(s) of Support: 4 • • • •

Historic East Neighborhoods Coalition (includes Washington Wheatley, East 23rd PAC, Key Coalition, Santa Fe, South Roundtop, Oak Park NW, Palestine, Knoches Park, and Vineyard) Cherry & 31st Street Neighbors, Nick Ward Prairie Dog Development Company Linwood Shopping Center

Overview: On the Linwood Boulevard/31st Street Corridor, a streetcar line is seen as an opportunity to get people to jobs and important destinations like grocery stores, and a chance to leverage revitalization that has begun along some parts of the corridor. The inclusion of the Prospect MAX as a transit option is very important to people in this corridor who have long advocated for better bus service on Prospect. Stakeholders said the long-term goal for this corridor must be to extend it all the way to Van Brunt or beyond, but also that getting as far as Prospect in the first phase of expansion made sense. For many residents, at least beginning to build a route that could eventually take people to the sports stadiums, to a regional transit hub at Linwood and Van Brunt, and to neighborhoods where people rely on mass transit makes this corridor an important streetcar expansion route. Although corridor stakeholders recognize that available financing may not accommodate expansion to Van Brunt Boulevard in the initial phase of expansion, stakeholders said they favored beginning to build a route that would eventually reach destinations further east. Future connections to destinations such as shopping areas, the stadium complex, schools, and the VA Hospital are important. Stakeholders also see the opportunity to develop a transit hub at Van Brunt Boulevard where important bus lines, potential regional commuter rail, and bike routes converge. For bicycle advocates, Linwood is an important corridor that could connect Kansas City’s bike system through the Rock Island corridor to the Katy Trail. One important reason stakeholders favor a Linwood/31st corridor route is that many people who live in the surrounding neighborhoods rely upon public transit to get to work and for shopping. They also see the potential for restoring density to the urban core and helping neighborhoods with vacant housing come back to life. Residents say they would like to see this route revitalize the urban core by attracting small, locallyowned businesses and storefronts along the line. They also hope new transit options would entice young people to stay in these neighborhoods. With several small, local businesses and organizations moving into locations east of Prospect, people said they see the opportunity to leverage that investment and keep it moving to the east. Finally, stakeholders from all parts of the community said they believe building routes that run east and west is important for social equity, and symbolizes the city’s commitment to revitalizing the urban core. Among concerns, some have said they fear the city will begin this route, but never go farther east than Prospect, meaning that more eastern neighborhoods will not benefit from the streetcar system. Like stakeholders in other areas of the city, some along this corridor said they think the city has more important issues that should be higher funding priorities. They also express concern about the impact of a one-cent sales tax on residents and the burden of the special assessment on small businesses along the potential route.

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Stakeholders also want to make sure that the current character of neighborhoods along Linwood/31st would not be overwhelmed by new development. Residents say they want the


streetcar to encourage small and locally-owned businesses, but do not necessarily want to see the community become home to larger national businesses or commercial properties.

I. Summary: Vision for Change

Key points: Accessibility for transit-dependent populations: In the Linwood/31st Street Corridor, streetcars are seen as a way to get people without a means of transportation to shopping areas that are currently hard to access. They are also seen as an important way for people to get to work and to other city amenities such as museums. Residents think young people would use the streetcars and that might encourage them to stay in this area of the city rather than moving away. They also see the opportunity for increased development along the corridor. They are excited about the opportunity for redevelopment along a new streetcar line, especially for neighborhood-scale development and small businesses that serve the needs of residents. Many expressed a desire for the streetcar line to eventually extend to the sports stadiums. Streetcars could provide transportation to work, services and entertainment: Participants said residents of this corridor need grocery stores and a way to get to them. They see the streetcar as a potential solution, helping people access the popular shopping area around WalMart to the east and to new grocery stores that are being planned in the area. They also see the potential for getting people from the Linwood corridor to jobs downtown. They especially like the idea that streetcars could provide frequent service on weekends and in the late evening. Role as major transit hub: People point out that 31st and Prospect is already a major transportation hub in the city. They see the opportunity for the Linwood corridor to become even more important as a hub if the streetcar line extended to Van Brunt, where Jackson County’s proposed commuter rail, ATA bus service and streetcars could connect. Bike advocates are especially interested in this corridor because it offers an opportunity to connect Kansas City bikeways to the Katy Trail. The inclusion of funding for the Prospect MAX in this project is a definite plus for many people, offering another important transit option that many have been asking for. Build on economic development that has already begun: Residents told us they see the beginning of a rebirth along this corridor with the redevelopment at Martini Corner and between Main Street and Prospect. They think a streetcar would leverage this development into a greater rebirth along the corridor, encouraging more smaller, neighborhood-scale storefront businesses.

Van Brunt should be the long-term terminus, with Prospect as a short-term option: Most participants favor eventually extending the streetcar line all the way to Van Brunt to reach the VA Hospital or even further to reach the stadiums. But they said that Prospect would be a reasonable stopping point in this phase of the expansion as a starting point.

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The major concern about streetcars in this area is that the city has other more pressing needs such as housing, jobs and repairing infrastructure. Some say the city isn’t big enough to need a streetcar system, or that buses already provide adequate service. Construction • Businesses are concerned about the potential negative impact of construction in front of their businesses as the streetcar lines are being built. Financing

Many small businesses are concerned about the impact of a sales tax for funding the streetcar project. Residents also express concerns about the fairness of the special assessment.

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Issues of east-west equity: Many people feel that a Linwood/31st Street route ensures the streetcar develops to the east as well as to the south, which they see as very important in making sure the system is fair to residents of the central city.

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Restoring density to the urban core: Restoring urban core density is a key reason people favor this streetcar line. The incentive for developers to reclaim vacant or under-utilized properties and land is also considered important. They also believe streetcars would bring in younger, transit-oriented residents and keep young people from leaving the city.

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Eastern Connectivity • Concern the streetcar will not continue east of Prospect: Some people have expressed a concern that the city will never build a streetcar line that goes further east than Prospect, meaning that neighborhoods to the east will not receive the economic development boost offered to other areas of the city. Other Community Concerns • Residents have a concern that streetcars might attract development that is not in scale with neighborhoods along the Linwood/31st Corridor. While they like the idea of commercial develop and businesses that bring in new jobs, they also think it is important not to push out residents and smaller businesses, and they prefer to see local development versus non-local businesses moving in to take advantage of the streetcar line.

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Community Meetings | December 2013 – March 2014 | 177 participants Center City Neighborhood, Jan. 4 MainCor Special Streetcar Meeting, Jan. 8 Union Hill Neighborhood Association, Jan. 14 Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council, Jan. 22 Black Agenda Group, Jan. 27 Hallmark EcoTeam, Jan. 28 4th District Neighborhood Presidents meeting, Jan. 29 Hyde Park Neighborhood, Feb. 18 Old Hyde Park Neighborhood, Feb. 19

E. Grassroots community outreach efforts | December 2013 – March 2014 | 275 businesses & 250 residences • Canvassed the community with project literature | Feb 19 - 24, 2014 − QuikTrip − Poco’s on the Boulevard − Patrick’s Heating and Cooling Supply − Carthage Marile Corporation − R.F. Fisher Electric Company − Pacific Mutual Door Company − LTD Signs and Graphics − Google Fiber − Dean Realty Company − TST − Downtown Business Park − Penn Tower − 12 businesses − Office Machine Mart − Office of Congressman Emanuel Cleaver − Hands on Hair − Lights Incredible − Children’s Learning Campus − YMCA − Children’s TLC − Children’s Center for Visually Impaired − KCPL − Non-profit Connection − Vietnam Veterans Chapter 317 − Good Samaritan − Union Hill Residential o 22 homes on Grand Avenue o homes on McGee Street − Union Hill Hair Studies − Digital Design Print Solutions − The Drop


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BLUFORD LIBRARY MODEL FACILITATION | 70 participants Oct. 9, 2013 Meeting Summary: Participants were generally in favor of extending the route along the Linwood/31st Street corridor. Many felt that adequate east-west connectivity was important for the communities located there, especially for accessing stores (grocery, WalMart). Participants expressed support if there was reason to expect business and employment development east of Main Street. Generally, the participants were split over the Linwood Boulevard or 31st Street decision. Many of the concerns expressed by participants included the prioritization of streetcar, noting they saw infrastructure, housing, and small business development as more pertinent concerns for the city.

LINWOOD BOULEVARD/31ST STREET CORRIDOR WORKSHOP SUMMARY: 47 Participants SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 | Mohart Multi-purpose Center (14 Participants, Recap in Systems Overview) FEBRUARY 26, 2014 | Mohart Multi-purpose Center Summary In general, the participants thought that extending the route all the way to Van Brunt made the most sense, for a variety of reasons including access to the VA hospital, Prospect YMCA, and schools. Participants struggled with making a choice between Linwood or 31st. Many said it didn’t make much difference or that a streetcar on one of the streets would offer benefits to the other. When asked if putting the streetcar on one or the other was a deal breaker for anyone, no one said it would be. Discussion about connection to Jackson County’s proposed commuter rail plan. Participants did not agree about the impact of Jackson County’s future plans for commuter rail on the choice of Linwood over 31st. While some said it might make sense for a streetcar to go on Linwood and possibly connect with the county’s future commuter line, others said commuter rail riders would not want to get off a train and ride a streetcar because streetcars are for local and slower trips. Importance of bike lanes for either route Bicycle advocates have a special interest in this route because it offers the future potential for hooking up to the Rock Island Railroad/Katy Trail to the east. For either street, they said it is important to include walking and bike lanes. Some bike advocates favor putting bikes and cars on Linwood and streetcars on 31st. Ideas for how to make either route more successful Again, most participants did not strongly favor one street over the other, but they did have ideas for what the city should do to make either as successful as possible. They said streetcar planners should keep neighborhood scale in mind and ensure that spurred development will not change the character of the neighborhoods. They also said that bus service should complement the streetcar. Some said the city should consider pairing a CID with the streetcar route to further encourage development. Should the streetcar run in the mixed traffic lane or down the center: Participants did not have strong feelings about this issue. Some said they favored center running because it made travel faster, while others preferred mixed traffic because it makes a street more pedestrian friendly. TABLE 1: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on Linwood Boulevard/31st Street? − Independence to Hardesty − 31st to Prospect

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V. Should Linwood Boulevard/31st Street be local serving or a regional connection? − 31st street corridor benefits local residents − Commuter rail not good for neighborhoods − Shuttles people from suburbs through what they perceive to be undesirable neighborhoods − Transit center at Van Brunt to accommodate computer rail − Rock Island as streetcar onto 31st vs DMV − Bike lane – Katy Trail − Union Hill – development along 31st − Local emphasis builds density in core − 31st to Van Brunt hits many vacant parcels − Development spillover to Linwood − Streetcar in Linwood would increase truck traffic on 31st −

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What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on Linwood Boulevard/31st Street? On Main Street? On Independence Avenue? − Linwood/31st o Going to the VA might not be worth it o Many use 31 bus to go to WalMart o Makes sense to stop at Prospect to connect to MAX − Main Street o 51st, 3.5 miles makes sense o Social equity issue in taking it to Brookside and not east o Not much development opportunity on Main from 51st to 63rd o Forcing county’s hand on commuter rail? o Commuter rail should NOT connect to Linwood/31st o Hardesty – to Independence Avenue, straight connection to Hardesty

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What is the preferred alignment, on 31st Street or on Linwood Boulevard? − Bike lanes on Linwood, wider, more residential − Bikes and cars on Linwood, streetcars on 31st

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Summary: After much discussion, the group decided that the termini would be best placed at Hardesty on Independence, 51st Street on Main Street, and Prospect on 31st Street. The group felt that Linwood was safer for bike lanes (maybe have Linwood be the bike path) and 31st street had more development potential.

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Additional comments from Table 2: Questions − If stops aren’t near them, will people vote for it? Comments − Sales tax should be on whole city − Incorporate public art − Name stops after neighborhoods to build support and create character − Curbside most pedestrian friendly

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What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on Linwood Boulevard/31st Street? On Main Street? On Independence Avenue? − Minimum - Prospect − Ultimate – Van Brunt − Build in stages − Typical section − 31st Street – ok with proposal − Linwood, center running o Also have bike lane, making a complete street o Westside businesses have their own parking lots, churches have some

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What is the preferred alignment, on 31st Street or on Linwood Boulevard? − Streetcars would benefit either street − 31st street preference o Set up for business historically o Bring it back o No businesses development on Linwood without rezoning o No business support around streetcar o Can’t expand economically on Linwood o Enhance 31st with streetcar – lots of benefits o Economic development would spill over to Linwood − Linwood preference o Down center – can travel faster o Has potential to change old character (business district) o Is wider – technically easier to build streetcars o Could develop vacant land o Builds on other community initiatives (Green Impact Zone)

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Comments − Some still use on-street parking − Require off-street parking − One-way pair, loop to 31st/Linwood − Other cities have done this (Atlanta) − Would require education on how loop works − Good solution for the neighborhood/heart of the city − Future development − Local versus non-local development concerns − Want neighborhood scale − CID do infill development − Economic development – go to 31st and local business development, neighborhood scale − Smaller entities that do not change neighborhood character − Bring jobs to neighborhoods − Need demonstrated benefit to neighborhood − Don’t want another set of broken promises − Prospect is the spine east of Troost − Like idea of Prospect MAX − Bike lanes needed − Need to spur economic development in the urban core (donut) − Consider impact to school district − Flight out of neighborhoods 40 years ago, vacant properties − Opportunity to build new housing − Need to explain what the clear purpose of the streetcar project is supposed to be Summary: The group decided that the community would benefit from streetcar on either Linwood Boulevard or 31st Street, they believe that there is good opportunity for economic development on 31st Street because it is historically a commercial corridor, though Linwood was seen as the option that could accommodate the streetcar with more physical ease.

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II. What is the preferred alignment, on 31st Street or on Linwood Boulevard? − If running down the center of Linwood, no car traffic − Still need to accommodate traffic − What would happen if you take two lanes out? − Reducing lanes could increase traffic safety, help slow down drivers − Where are the stops/platforms for center running? − 31st feels more claustrophobic now − How will emergency vehicles be affected? Especially if lane is blocked? They use 31st or Linwood a lot − Linwood has shade – bike down Linwood a lot − Eastern portions of 31st Street are better for streetcar − Nobody uses bus to go to Costco or Home Depot – difficult to manage large items − If bike lanes don’t fit with streetcar on Linwood, then you should put it on 31st

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III. Should Linwood Boulevard/31st Street be local serving or a regional connection? IV. Additional comments from Table 1: Comments − Important to keep walking/biking trails − Bike lanes on Linwood Summary: The group did not come to an agreement on a preferred alignment or terminus for the Linwood Boulevard/31st Street extension, though there was consensus that potential for economic development and development of vacant properties was a determining factor. There was also agreement that connectivity to bike trails/lanes as well as future commuter rail was an important consideration. NEXTRAIL KC COMMENT FORM SUMMARIES | Linwood Boulevard/31st Street Corridor Workshop I. Which route, Linwood Boulevard or 31st Street, makes the most sense as a streetcar route? Why? − Linwood! More green space, wider street, goes to Home Depot and Costco as well as VA Hospital − 31st Street − Linwood: wider, can accommodate bike lanes in same corridor, great eco devo potential − Linwood: more row. Better “Great Street” potentially. Potential for major development. − Whatever makes it more feasible for a safe bike on either all the way to the Rock Island right of way. − I think the solution best would be to use Linwood to go east with a loop at the Van Brunt location that come west on 31st, a “double loop system.” − 31st: more storefront potential. Keep the boulevard. − Linwood: it’s huge and it leads out east to places we all want to go. − 31st Street: higher potential for immediate development given the current infrastructure of the street. − 31st: keep cars/bikes on Linwood/. Linwood also has many large and wide driveways that would cause safety and access issues. − 31st Street − 31st Street: you have a starting point of small business development with Martini Corner and 31st offers a natural eastbound stream of development. − 31st: Street car – Broadway to at least Van Brunt. Linwood Boulevard for autos to Broadway and SW Trafficway − No preference − 31st all the way! Infill economic development with walkable people-oriented streets.

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II. If the streetcar line on the Linwood Boulevard/31st Street corridor starts at Main Street, how far east do you think it should go? Why? − VA Hospital or even Lowes/Walmart via Highway 40. If not to Walmart, get grocer to invest in a good grocery store east of Troost or allow urban farmers to sell at stops free of charge. − Prospect − At least Prospect, preferably to stadiums. − Prospect ideally you save money but expect extension to Van Brunt, especially when VA Hospital expands. Forget link to commuter rail/stadiums; build stadium closer instead of


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IV. Additional Comments: − The gondolas solve so many problems and there are so many options with respect to them that we are not exploring. They will be cheaper, faster, more attractive, won’t impede auto flow and will spur development and local shopping. − The streetcar system should serve/reinforce people who are choosing an urban environment. − In a very progressive reality/ future (it isn’t crazy actually because Madison, Wisconsin (another Midwestern city) has bike-only streets) I would like to see 31st Street (from Gillham to Troost) as a streetcar/bike lane stretch since there are already park and ride lots of either, and second, not many driveways that empty right. − Don’t forget the bike lanes! If not along the streetcar, let’s use the other corridor for them. 31st Street cycle track? − BIKE LANES everywhere − Bike lanes − Complete streets (bike lanes and adequate sidewalks) no matter what − 31st!

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VI. Would you rather see the streetcar go in a dedicated lane in the middle of the street or in a mixes traffic lane? Why? − I would rather have gondolas above the street level, so it doesn’t take up the driving space. I would put it on the side of the street that is shadiest in the summer (north) so that radiant energy damage is minimized. − Mixed traffic lane. − Dedicated lane for faster trip times to east. − No strong preference. − Mixed. − If possible in the middle. − Mixed traffic lane – pedestrian prioritized over the car. − Middle – based on the total configuration of dedicated, boulevard-style design. − No preference. − Mixed traffic. Streetcar is to service and spur development in the urban core, not as a commuter service. − Mixed traffic − 31st only offers mixed lane. − Middle running to accommodate for complete streets. − Mixed traffic on 31st Street, create congestion and divert traffic off 31st.

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Total Stakeholders Reached: 2384 Stakeholders (Individuals, Businesses, and Organizations combined)

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MainCor South Kansas City Alliance Marlborough Community Coalition Southern Communities Coalition Center Planning and Development Council Whole Person Brookside Roofing Coffee Girl’s Café CoWork Waldo Gunter Pest Management CCROW resident, Allison Grammer Oak Meyer Garden resident, Allison Hiatt Waldo resident, Emily Hawkins CCROW resident, Jacklyn Walker Armour Hills resident, Jason & Michelle Rohlf Waldo resident, Jonathan Klem CCROW resident, Lindsey Baker CCROW resident, Lindsey Walker CCROW resident, Nate Sellegren Tower Homes resident, Susan Stocking Tower Homes resident, Zachary Moores

Overview: Residents, business owners, neighborhood associations, and organizations across the city generally indicated that Main Street, especially from Crown Center to UMKC, is the most logical streetcar expansion route. People see value in connecting UMKC and Rockhurst University to a proposed downtown performing arts campus. They also think connecting to the universities, the Plaza, museums and jobs to downtown is an important argument for a Main Street line. Main Street runs through a number of Kansas City neighborhoods, and some residents see the opportunity for adding to urban core density as a big plus for their future. They also think a Main Street route could help spur development of vacant properties and underutilized commercial sites. Stakeholders have identified the potential of streetcars to add vibrancy and life by encouraging new commercial and residential development. Those who want to see Kansas City become more walkable and bicycle friendly also see the potential for creating a truly “great street” on Main Street with streetcars, bike lanes and an enticing pedestrian environment all working together to continue a revival in an already active area. Many younger people say they would like to be able to live without owning a car, and they image this being possible as Main Street develops new transit options. Residents picture new storefronts with locally-owned businesses sprouting up along the streetcar line, and new residents moving back into nearby neighborhoods and new apartments and condos along the line. Stakeholders along Main Street also have some concerns about the streetcar’s potential impact. Most of those concerns are tied to funding issues: both the special assessment on properties and the one-cent sales tax. There are some perspectives that a special assessment seems unfair and that it will have a negative impact on some property owners who are already struggling. Businesses worry that the one-cent sales tax may make them less competitive than other areas of the city with a lower rate. Nonprofits and churches in Midtown have also expressed concerns about the special assessments’ impact on their operating budgets.

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Other residents say that the city has more pressing needs that should be addressed before spending taxpayer dollars on streetcars. They point to the need to improve schools, aging housing stock and


infrastructure. They also worry that construction during the building of a streetcar line may have a negative impact on some small businesses.

I. Summary: Vision for Change

Key points: Main Street (Crown Center to 51st): Residents generally agree that Main Street makes the most sense as one of the first round of expansion routes since it connects downtown and Crown Center to UMKC and the Plaza. There is strong agreement that connecting UMKC and the proposed downtown arts campus would be beneficial to the entire city. Residents envision a revitalized Main Street with newly-developed residential properties and businesses. They see Main Street becoming a more pedestrian and bike friendly street and less dependent on automobiles. The major business organization, MainCor, has endorsed the project’s potential as a “positive economic catalyst for the development of business, housing and other related adjacencies from Pershing Road to the Country Club Plaza.” •

Restoring density to the urban core: One of the strongest reasons for support, residents said, is the potential for restoring population and density in the urban core. They see the streetcar on Main Street adding new jobs and allowing people to get to workplaces from Crown Center to the Country Club Plaza. The incentive for developers to reclaim vacant or under-utilized properties and land is also considered important. They also believe streetcars would bring in younger, transit-oriented residents and keep young people from leaving the city. Creating “great streets” with streetcars, buses, bikes and pedestrian amenities: Many of those who favor the expansion of streetcar routes also favor integrating bike and pedestrian facilities into the planning. They see the future system as an inter-related set of transportation options that all work together.

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A streetcar running in the right of way should be designed to preserve the trail. Provided that technical difficulties can be resolved, there is preference for an alignment in the existing right of way. A significant public investment should be built where we have the best chance for a return on that investment. Relaxing the number of parking spots required for new (and existing businesses) along the streetcar route will promote new development, encourage streetcar utilization, and improve the experience for pedestrians.

In order to further examine the potential and concerns for this corridor, an advisory committee of 31 residents, business owner and other stakeholders was formed and met three times to determine two things: • If the streetcar should extend south of UMKC. • And if so, what should that look like? The committee made the following recommendations: • The study should continue study of extension on CCROW for phase two and potentially phase three • The City’s study should include alternate routes for a southern extensions • A semi-exclusive alignment is the preferred scenario

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Country Club Right-of-Way: A streetcar on the CCROW would connect the City’s most stable residential neighborhoods to its two largest employment Centers, the Country Club Plaza and Downtown. While there is limited development opportunities on the northern half of the corridor, new development demand brought on by the streetcar has the potential to encourage the redevelopment of underutilized parcels and surface parking lots. South of Brookside in the Waldo and then Marlborough communities, there is significant opportunity for the neighborhood revitalization and infill development. The community sees a dramatic potential to transform this portion of its commercial corridor to more pedestrian-friendly uses as it becomes a hybrid trail-oriented and transit-oriented district. While concerns persist around financing of the line, a streetcar along the CCROW could extend the corridors stability farther south, encourage reinvestment and stand ready for further expansion south to the redevelopment of the old Bannister Mall site.

II. Summary: Identified Concerns

Main Street (Crown Center to 51st) In the first phase of the project, the greatest concern rested in how neighborhoods could be

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protected, in terms of land use policy and development guidelines, as a streetcar line develops. In the second phase of the study, the focus of concern shifted to the proposed Transportation Development District (TDD) the city has suggested using as a funding source. In the second phase there continued to be concern over the financing mechanism for the extension as well as questions of equity and necessity along the corridor. Financing • Unfairness of the TDD as a funding mechanism: Opponents of the TDD suggest that it is unfair for all residents of the proposed district to be able to vote to allow a special assessment on property owners. Residents also have concerns about the possible negative impact of the special assessment, saying it might lower residential property values and negatively impact businesses. There are also concerns that the proposed one-cent sales tax, when added to other sales taxes in the area, will put the Midtown area at a competitive disadvantage Development • The city has other more pressing needs: While people want to see more development and redevelopment on Main Street, they sometimes suggest the city should focus on more pressing concerns such as the need to fix the schools, repair aging infrastructure or restore housing stock • No need for streetcar as a transportation option: Some residents have said they do not see evidence of the need for a streetcar system and that they do not believe that a streetcar system will lead to redevelopment Coordinate Transit System • Buses are already doing the job. There is also a strong sentiment that the Main Street MAX already works well, so perhaps the streetcar line is not necessary as a mode of transportation. Other Community Concerns • Impact on small businesses: There is another concern that some small businesses could go out of business during construction, both because of difficulties during construction and because of sales taxes and special assessments in the TDD. • Cost to nonprofits: A number of nonprofits and churches along the Main Street corridor have concerns about the impact of the special assessment on their ability to operate. • Issues of east-west equity: Many of those who support the Main Street expansion ask the city to keep social equity in mind. They say that while they think Main Street is an important and logical route for expansion, north-south expansion must be complimented by east-west expansion to be fair to the whole community. Country Club Right-of-Way The corridor has general support for a streetcar expansion with a growing level of support the farther south down the route. This is also reflective of the potential economic impacts of a streetcar along the line south of Gregory and more so south of 75th Street in Waldo. While neighborhoods closer to the Country Club Plaza are already feeling development pressure, those communities south of 75th Street look to the streetcar to transform their neighborhoods and strengthen their connection to Downtown. Parking is a major issue for business owners along the corridor, and they will seek to preserve and potentially expand their parking supply in the areas that will be directly served by a streetcar. For trail users, the impact of a streetcar in the space that has become a linear park is of great concern not just for safety, but aesthetic reasons. All residents are concerned about how the project will be locally financed and increasing their tax burden. • • • • •

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Businesses in the corridor are concerned about losing parking or making parking more difficult in Brookside and Waldo commercial areas. Residents are concerned with noise and safety issues with the streetcar possibly bringing property values down for homes adjacent to the line. Businesses are also concerned with the short-term impacts that construction will have on customer access. Most importantly, participants were concerned about how a streetcar system would be paid for, and how much of the financial burden they would have to bear. With strong north-south focus of the corridor there is an equity issue with the east side potentially not receiving streetcar in Phase 2 construction.

Pedestrian Access + Walkability • Pedestrian concerns are prevalent in this corridor. The source of much deliberation is on the Trolley Trail, which could be impacted by the CCROW extension. The biggest


concerns were: o The protection and/or preservation of Trolley Track Trail o Removal of trail right-of-way for transit use o Safety of crossing tracks—signal needed? Financing

The financing of this project remains a question for the residents and property owners along the Main Street corridor. There is much unknown to people about how the TDD, special assessment, and sales tax would work. There is also much apprehension and opposition to the levying of a new tax.

A Coordinated Transit System • Many are concerned with how a streetcar will work alongside buses, cars and even bicycles. Some questions we’ve heard repeatedly are: o How will a streetcar work within the context of an entire transit system? o How do the current bus routes work cooperatively with a streetcar? o Is the Main Street expansion necessary in light of the Main Street MAX line? Alignment + Terminus • The community remains undecided on a preferred terminus. While many expressed preference for stopping at 51st Street near UMKC, there were a great number who wanted to see the route extend into Waldo and further Other Community Concerns • The Midtown and South Kansas City communities has numerous concerns that may have a higher priority than introducing a streetcar into their neighborhood:   o Economic development impacts for businesses along the Main Street corridor o Parking availability, particularly in Brookside o Protecting property values in residential areas o No need for streetcar as a transportation option: Some residents have said they do not see evidence of the need for a streetcar system and that they do not believe that a streetcar system will lead to redevelopment Opposition

There are organized and active groups in opposition to an expansion of the streetcar past 51st Street. Though not the majority of participants in the process, their opposition was significant.

G. Community Meetings | December 2013 – March 2014 | 826 participants • Troostwood Neighborhood, Dec. 7 • Brookside Merchants Dec. 17 • Center City Neighborhood, Jan. 4 • MainCor Board of Directors, Jan. 8 • Heart of Westport Neighborhood, Jan 11 • Tower Homes Homeowners Association Jan. 11 • Morningside Neighborhood Association Jan. 11 • Union Hill Neighborhood, Jan. 14 • Countryside Homeowners Association Jan. 15 • South Plaza Neighborhood Association Jan. 18 • Wesport Regional Business League, Jan. 21 • Broadway Westport Council Meeting, Jan. 21 • Waldo Homes Association Jan. 25 • Brookside Merchants Jan. 25 • Hallmark EcoTeam, Jan, 28 • 4th District Neighborhood Presidents Meeting, Jan. 29 • Brookside Merchants Feb. 7 • South Kansas City Alliance Feb. 11 • Rockhill Neighborhood Association, Feb. 11 • Lew’s Bar & Grill, The Well, Feb. 12

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• Volker Neighborhood, Feb. 14 • Hyde Park Neighborhood, Feb. 18 • Old Hyde Park Neighborhood, Feb. 19 • South Kansas City Alliance Feb. 19 • South Kansas City Alliance Feb. 25 • West Plaza Neighborhood, March 18 H. Grassroots community outreach efforts | October 2013 – March 2014 | 515 businesses & 200 residences • Left fliers in residential neighborhoods surrounding the business district | Feb 17 - 21, 2014 • Canvassing of Main Street businesses | Feb 17 - 21, 2014 − Pryde’s − Gore Automotive − Levoma Peterson Early Childhood School − Westport Cleaners − Sutherland Lumber offices − Community Blood Center − Electronic Supply Co − Trapp and Co. − Art Supplies − Oh Beauty − Automan Car − Quality Service − Capital Federal Bank − Berbiglia − Luyben Music − American Century − Chartwell Realty − Family Dentistry − The Salon − Thornbery, Eischeno and Brown − Page Communications − Thos. Roberts and Co. LLC − Hamilton Ventures LLC − John Robinson − Victor Fox Accounting − Café Trio − Up Main and Modern Salon Tu − Perfect Scents, 5010 Main − Plaza Animal Clinic − Andre’s − Hangers Cleaners − Knockouts Haircuts − The Community Christian Church − Phoenix Herbs and Clearly Nature’s Own − Office Depot − Starbuck’s Coffee Main − Oddly Correct Coffeehouse − Phyllis’ Barber Shop − CVS Pharmacy − 31st and Main MAX stop − Midwest Gateway − Santara’s Pizza − Aura − Unicorn Theater − Beauty N More − Madrid Theater − Shell Gas Station − Office Max − Fragrance World − The Whole Person − Cash America − Metropolitan Ensemble Theater − Club at Main & 36th Street


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Thomas’ Barber and Beauty Chiropractic Wellness Center Shawny Shawn’s Beauty Salon Security Finance Eckankar Religion of the Light and Sound of God Title MAX Complete KC Auto Service RW Image 360 Afrique International Market Sidekicks Saloon Buddies Missouri Title Loan Rent-a-Center Gumby’s Barber Shop H&R Block Great American Bank Jackson Hewitt Pizza Hut Advance America Like Me Lighthouse Urban Mining The Carter Group Just Say CASH A to Z Lock Smith Clint’s Comics CAG Speedy Cash Thriftway Contract Furnishings Roberts Company Moto Mart Gates Barbeque Plaza’s Physician’s Group Super Cuts Mattress Firm McDonald’s SERC Physical and Hand Therapy Great Clips Americash Loan Verizon Lamar’s Donuts Transimpex Longfellow Apartments Elegant Design Hair and Art Experience Goodscents Plus Awaze Resaturant and Bar Headz 2 Shoez Upscale Salon Ink Parlor Main Smoke and Gift Burger King Lost Sock Coin Laundry Enterprise Rent-a-Car Pancho’s Mexican Food Public Storage Mid-America Cash Loans and Titles AVIS Rent-a-Car 3410 Main Street Suzie’s Salon Designz Davey’s Uptown Main Street Laundry Conklin Fangman Buick GMC Cadillac

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− Wendy’s − Union Hill Animal Hospital − Lutfie’s Canvassing along the business corridor from Brush Creek to 78th Street | February 2014 − Kansas City Public Library Plaza Branch − Chipotle Mexican Grill − Yogurtini − The Mixx − US Bank − UMB Bank − Station 32 Pizzeria − Spin! Neapolitan Pizza − Glace Artisan Ice Cream − Knockouts Haircuts for Men − Plaza Ford-Ideal − Accurso’s Italian Restaurant − The Peanut − CVS Pharmacy − Plaza Animal Clinic − Perfect Scents − Andre’s Confiserie Suisse − Marthabelle’s Printing & Mailing − Eggtc. − Minsky’s Pizza Joynt − Pride Cleaners − Subway − Kin Lin Chinese Restaurant − Sahara Mediterranean Food − Pizza 51 − Oak Nails − Taco Factory − Red Mango − Central United Methodist Church − Aixois − Hudson & Jane − O’Home Interiors − Frankly Basic − Café Europa − Peruvian Connection − Crestwood Flowers − Charlecote − Salon Latifa − George − Pear Tree − Salon Crewstwood − Tea Market − Windermere & Bergamot, Ltd. − Moxie − American Legacy Gallery − 5B & Co. Candlemakers − Brookside Gallery and Framing − Brookside Jewelry − Brookside Party Warehouse − Brookside Toy & Science − CVS Pharmacy − The Fiddly Fig − Flowers by Design − James Hallmark Shop − Lauren Alexandra Bébé Boutique/Nursery Design − Leopold Gallery − The New Dime Store − Optical Innovations − Reading Reptile: Books for Young Mammals


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Shop Beautiful ShopGirls STUFF Tuesday Morning The Vitamin Shoppe World’s Window Avenues Bistro Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream/Topsy’s Bella Napoli Berbiglia Wine & Spirits Carmen’s Café Charlie Hooper’s Bar & Grille Cosentino’s Market in Brookside Cosentino’s Price Chopper DoMo Japanese Restaurant Foo’s Fabulous Frozen Custard Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant JULIAN La Cucina Di Mamma Mr. Goodcents Pickerman’s Soup & Sandwich Shop The Roasterie Café Sharp’s 63rd Street Grill American Family Insurance-Robert Redmond Bank Midwest Bank of America Beauty Express Bellezza Tan and Salon Border Star Montessori School Brookside 66 Auto Service Brookside Barber Shop Brookside Bakery and Bath Brookside Hairworks Brookside Real Estate Company Brookside Shoe Repair Commerce Bank Dr. Jay Hodge, DDS Drummond Cleaners Overton Durrett, Attorney Edward Jones Element The ETF Store, Inc. Hank of Hair Innovest Financial Partners Mail Packages Etc. McHenry Shaffer Mitchell Architects Missouri Bank Noah’s Ark Animal Care O.H. Gerry Optical Parallel Salon Pure Pilates Rydell Tailor The UPS Store Tower Dry Cleaners and Laundry U.S. Post Office Classic Cookie Brightside Gallery & Salon Cantina Del Ray US Bank Yoga Patch Romanelli Dental Romanelli Optix The Gaf Bar and Grill

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Corporate Stakeholders outreach | October 2013 – March 2014 | 31 participants − Highwooods − Federal Reserve − KCMO School District − American Century − St. Luke’s Hospital − Plaza Colonnade − UMKC − Fountain View Apartments on the Plaza − Truman Medical Center − JC Nichols Development Company − City Plaza Apartments in Westport − Veterans Administrations − Union Hill Development Co. − Plaza Steppes Building − KC Board of Trade − Park Central Plaza − Children’s Mercy Hospital − Plaza Sheraton Development − Mill Creek Condominiums − Embassy Suites − Plaza Marriott − Block Real Estate Holdings − Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences − Westport − Crown Center − Jim Nutter − MAC Properties − Chiefs − Royals − Zimmer − Jackson County

J. Community Meetings | August – November 2013 | 695 participants • MainCor luncheon, Aug. 15 • Armour Hills HOA, Aug. 20 • 4th District Neighborhood Presidents Meeting, Aug. 29 • CCROW Advisory Committee Members Meeting, Aug. 29

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PLAZA LIBRARY MODEL FACILITATION | 60 participants Feb. 9, Feb. 10, & March 3, 2014 Meeting Summary: Participants were generally in favor of extending the route to 75th street or beyond. Many saw this as an opportunity to redevelop areas and revitalize the urban core. There was discussion on the opportunity to attract tourism and provide greater connectivity and access throughout the city. Many of the concerns expressed by participants included funding sources and mechanisms—and the cost, which many deemed prohibitive or excessive. Some thought that the city shouldn’t make this a top priority in light of other issues facing the city. There were repeat comments on the functionality of the existing bus and MAX lines, which were seen as existing, better alternative to a costly streetcar. Additionally, there were participants who saw more value in taking the streetcar eastward and investing in areas that are more in need.

MAIN STREET PLUS CORRIDOR WORKSHOP #2 SUMMARY: 215 Participants (many declined to sign in) OCTOBER 9, 2014 | Keystone Church (77 Participants, Recap in Systems Overview) OCTOBER 10, 2014 | UMKC Pierson Auditoriums (25 Participants, Recap in Systems Overview) MARCH 6, 2014 | St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Summary In general, the participants thought that extending the route all the way to 75th Street or farther south would cost too much and place too much focus on the west side of the City. Participants expressed interest in providing bicycle facilities along Main Street where possible, but put a priority on retaining street parking for small businesses and maintain the existing streetscape improvements. There was a group of participants who did not want to participate in the group engagement activity, and a parallel meeting was established to answer questions from the public. However, those who did remain to discuss the project came up with the following ideas: TABLE 1: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − The streetcar should go to at least 51st Street; there is a UMKC link, huge employment centers, and entertainment − 51st has bars, transportation, and shopping − One person voted to connect all the way to 85th Street or the Cerner campus, but later retracted the vote, as would be “selfish” to extend south when development is needed north

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II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − Left-hand turn lanes are needed in more congested areas and at major intersections


III. Where on Main Street is on-street parking required on both or one side of the street? − Linwood − 39th Street − Café Trio and Plaza area needs parking − Businesses (African Market) on Main Street already lack parking − Maybe wipe out all parking and put emphasis on transit? IV. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc) would make a streetcar more successful? − Bike lanes V. Additional comments from Table 1: − Development is more needed on the east side of KC − Streetcars are just as slow as buses Summary: After much discussion, the group decided that the termini would be best placed 51st Street to provide access to UMKC and employment centers. TABLE 2: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − 51st Street; south of the Plaza ridership will drop off o Connect UMKC with new downtown campus − South Terminus: o Connect to Cerner o 59th Street o Spur to Stowers on Volker o 63rd Street (if so, what do you do away with?)

V. Additional comments from Table 2: − Question: Why are streetcars better than MAX line? − City should work with neighborhoods on historic building identification to guide development Summary: The group decided that the termini would be best near UMKC and parking remains a concern. TABLE 3: I. What − − − − −

is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? 51st Street: Plaza and UMKC has large population of younger, transit-oriented population UMKC – 63rd, there are students south of 51st, MAX continuing south Have to go through neighborhood to connect to Brookside/Waldo Value in money for high density residential Rockhurst? Run on east side of UMKC

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III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc) would make a streetcar more successful? − Service in bad weather − Off-street parking south of 43rd − Streetscape design for safety − Lighting − Bikes and streetcar (tracks) − Stroller and grocery-cart accessible − Interior bike storage − Wayfinding signage

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II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − Linwood − Westport − 39th − 43rd − 45th − 47th

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North-south on Troost instead of Main Value in L-shape 51st: connect with Johnson County line Design of terminus – connect bus lines well, rework bus system 51st street o Neighborhood character is defined o Need to connect east side/transit dependent populations o Need good connectivity with bus lines o Park and ride at 51st, UMKC parking spaces o Other routes o Connect Van Brunt, Hardesty

II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − 43rd Street American Century, commercial businesses with lots, AIKC − 39th − Linwood − Armour − Only “major” intersections III. Where on Main Street is on-street parking required on both or one side of the street? − Linwood south − Delivery vehicles with no parking? − On street-fewer parking lots − Walkability – street-front commercial access, widen sidewalks where parking is taken out IV. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc) would make a streetcar more successful? − Stops every four blocks − Metro/CTA pass card style fare collection Summary: The group decided that the streetcar should stop at 51st Street and put emphasis on connecting to high population density areas on the east side. The group found there to be value in capitalizing on the L-Shape of population and employment down Main Street and connecting well with busses. The group recognized the need for left turns at major intersections and preserving some parking as well as including bike lanes for added connectivity. TABLE 4: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − 51st Street II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc) would make a streetcar more successful? − Bike lane included V. Additional comments from Table 4: − Would we have to go through this again if we did it in sections and how would funding work then? − Assumption – if the lines went to places that were vacant, it would help development − Have we taken student population into account? − Single track – so if can be changed to double but there were places to pass − 1st phase – is running on the sides – is hard to switch to center? − could we also think about building bike trails across − many think 31st/Linwood is important – high potential for development − Independence Avenue corridor should extend to Benton − Linwood/31st corridor should go to Van Brunt − Streetcars should go in mixed traffic with bike lanes included

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Summary: The group decided the streetcar should not extend past 51st Street and should be focused on extending eastward from Main Street.


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is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? 75th Street Starter line is enough Prioritize Main Street Should be expanded in baby steps—carefully Express route from Brookside

II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − Turn lanes are needed − Remove left-turn restrictions III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc) would make a streetcar more successful? − Design for people V. Additional comments from Table 5: − Questions: o Why streetcar over bus?  Perception, Comfort, − It is an economic development tool, not transportation − Too costly, just ridiculous − TDD election is odd o Assessment versus just sales tax Summary: The group varied in opinion but agreed decisions should be made carefully. TABLE 6: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − 51st Street

Summary: The group agreed that the streetcar should stop at 51st Street, should maintain parking where possible, and include left turns at key intersections. TABLE 7: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − Connect to work centers − Go to where people live − To 75th or further south if possible − 51st or Waldo −

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II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − Bikeway/cycle track

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III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − Public restrooms − Bike lanes − Take our (CCROW) extra track and go to the airport − Maintain as much parking as possible

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II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − Linwood − Armour − Westport − Plaza − Where they are now − Occasional left turns at key intersections or every 4 blocks

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V. Additional comments from Table 7: − Question: o Do you have streetcar BMP’s? o A paying [more] tax is ok, but I can ride for free? − Fear loss of trail and impact on property values − Concerned about attitude and “those people” − Document management of trail and increase property values −

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Summary: The group varied in opinion but agreed the streetcar should connect to employment centers. TABLE 8: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − Brookside, easy access to downtown II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − 39th Street and Main: important intersection III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − Park-and-ride lot potential along Main Street V. Additional comments from Table 8: − Question: o How far is a half-mile on either side of Main Street? How was this distance determined? o No off-street, side street parking in Midtown? o If there is demand for mass transit, why are buses empty? o How do you connect population not riding buses? Cultural? o How do you prioritize/balance the system? − Survey amount of parking needed for businesses − Rail on both sides of the street makes accessibility difficult − The system is too expensive for what you’re getting. It failed on cp (?) it will fail again even if subsidized by private funds − Subway system − Feel like paying for a bus on a track – marketing problem − Tourism − Bus can reroute if there is traffic accident, street closure etc. − Union Station to Plaza to Brookside to Waldo and so on − If we are going to be taxed, we want it to extend the entire length of Main Street − Think we are trying to solve a problem that doesn’t exist by adding a streetcar Summary: The group was in agreement that the Independence Avenue corridor to Hardesty but was split on other issues including between a terminus at 51st Street of 63rd Street. TABLE 9: I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − 51st street is minimum − 63rd Street is a possibility − All the way to south KC − 51st Street − All the way to 85th Street −

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 63rd II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − Need turn lanes south of Brookside III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − On-street parking with one turn lane − added turn lanes, wider lanes V. Additional comments from Table 9: − Question: o How does it affect traffic patterns? o How will addition of a streetcar line affect businesses and parking? o Angled parking – will that be lost in Brookside?

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III. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful? − On-street parking is good for businesses and neighborhoods and so should be included whenever possible – i.e., like the downtown streetcar system will be configured − Street parking time limits of 1-2 hours should be strictly enforced V. Additional comments from Table 10: − The biggest economic impact is from the East-West routes, which is fairer − The system should be designed to minimize the number of transfers to and from buses as possible, therefor: o The Independence Avenue line should go to Hardesty, or even slightly beyond to Wilson o The 31st St/Linwood live should go all the way to Van Brunt on the east, and should be extended to Pennsylvania on the West to reach Penn Valley Community College − Some want to go at least to 63rd Street − Linwood is a much better route than 31st Street − Make assessment to make Trolley Track Trail permanently a park and keep the streetcar in the street − Hurry up and get it done

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II. Where on Main Street would a left turn lane improve traffic flow? − Streetcars will change traffic so fundamentally that left turns should not drive design decisions − Most important to have left turn ability (not necessarily lanes) at o Linwood o Armour o 39th Street o 43rd Street o 45th Street o 47th Street − Some left turns will be a traffic calming measure if there are no left turn lanes − There should be no left turns during rush hour − Left turn lanes should be minimized

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I. What is the minimum viable streetcar segment on the Main Street Plus corridor? − Go to 51st Street, but no farther at first. Note that bus ridership drops dramatically after 51st Street − Some want to go at least to 63rd Street − The Right of Way is (and should be) available for later expansion

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Summary: The group agreed that the streetcar should stop at 51st Street. There much discussion within the group on emphasis on east-west connections rather than further down Main Street. NEXTRAIL KC COMMENT FORM SUMMARIES | Main Street Plus Corridor Workshop I. If the streetcar line on the Main Street Plus corridor starts at Union Station, how far south do you think it should go? Why? 4. (7) 51st Street − Access to UMKC, Rockhurst, and new arts campus − Public transportation usage drops off south of 51st; population density decreases 5. (1) 75th Street − Important to businesses 6. Union Station − The east needs development, not midtown 7. Plaza − Obvious termini site − Disruptive to residential areas further south II. What sort of amenities (bike lanes, on-street parking, etc.) would make a streetcar more successful on Main Street Plus? Why? − On street parking (11) − Bicycle lanes (10) − Left-turn lane (2) − Center Street running with curb amenities − Hiking paths − Public restrooms − Water fountain − None III. There are many design options for Main Street with a streetcar. If, as part of the streetcar expansion project, the roadway could be redesigned to include a left turn lane, where is that most needed? Are there locations where a left turn lane would be a higher priority than onstreet parking? − Left-turn lane length of expansion (4) − On-street parking (at least one side of road, length of expansion) (3) − Left-turn lane at major intersections (3) − On-street parking instead of left-turn lanes − Remove turn restrictions on Southwest Trafficway to accommodate movement through Midtown − Left-turn lane at 43rd − Left-turn lane at 39th & Main − Left-turn lane at Westport − Left-turn lane at 31st − Left-turn lane at Linwood − Left-turn lane at 47th − Left-turn lane at Armour

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IV. The Country Club ROW presents both opportunities and challenges for extension of the streetcar. Understanding that the City has committed to keep the Trolley Track Trail, what factors do you think are the most important in consideration of streetcar expansion on the Country Club ROW? − Add and extend to 75th( 2) − Make sure it does not run through people’s backyards; do not run close to homes. (2) − Keep Brookside tennis courts − Keep parking (4) − Do not go south of 51st − Respect for neighborhoods


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IV. Additional Comments: − Too much money; taxes regressive, affect lower income people; will cost Brookside businesses jobs and customers. − Engineer was very helpful. Our table had people who really didn’t know what the advantages of modern streetcar are and they claimed to be well-informed. − Make buses sexier; busses are more flexible. − Vote down - Assessment is ridiculous; not needed at all; this is a toy

Comments − One resident said she was undecided and would like to attend a town hall meeting to hear the issues discussed. − One person said some people are on board, but they still have questions about what exactly they will be getting. − Business owner and resident said there are different stakeholders in different parts of the Country Club Right-of-Way − A resident who would be subject to the special assessment said he was recently told by the city that he could not have renters on his third floor. Now he’s being told he’ll have to pay the special assessment. “I will have to pay for everyone. My property value will go up. I’ll have to pay more to stay in my house.”

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Questions − Will you walk us through the financing? − How does being within ½ mile of the route benefit property values? − What other cities have used this funding mechanism? − How much money has been spent on this project and who decided to spend it? − What will be on the ballot? − What will be the hours of service? − If the district is formed, when would the city begin to collect the tax? − Is alternative public transportation being considered? Couldn’t we just add five more buses to each route? − Where will people park? There is not enough parking. − What property will be condemned to build the line to 85th Street? − Why didn’t the study look at going to the airport? − Is there any danger of losing federal money when the federal administration changes? Could we be left with a half-built project? − What did you apply for in September? I talked to Federal Transportation Authority officials and they said the city has applied for expansion funds. − Who did you get input from about whether the streetcar should go south of 51st? − Does the special assessment apply to nonprofits and churches? − We used to have streetcars. In other cities, rail transit is coming back. Why are other cities doing this? − Are those projects also getting subsidies? − How much is Cordish putting into the downtown streetcar? − If the TDD is approved in August and the rates are not approved in November, what happens? − When would TDD funds start to be collected? − How would the streetcar be supported after the TDD expired in 30 years? − Will ridership pay for it? − Will the cost of ridership be the same as the bus? − Were bids for the project competitive? − We want walkable communities. What will the streetcar do to the WalkScore? − What about electrical? In New Orleans, they cut down trees to put in power. − How can people have input? − What benefit will people in the east get from the one-cent sales tax?

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One resident asked for a training session on using the NextRail site. School district is unaccredited and crime rate is high, Money would be better spent on schools. A person who is on Country Club Right-of-Way advisory committee said he is learning a lot about connectivity to Johnson County trails and the KATY Trail. His mother’s friend can no longer get around and walking trails are part of what is missing in this community. Many forces are now coming together. Resident said he has been to most of the streetcar meetings. “We all want this, we just don’t want to pay for it.” He said people have been given an opportunity to speak at planning sessions. One resident said she wants more details before she has to vote. One resident expressed concern over the special assessment. One resident said the streetcar is all about transportation. “I take the bus every day and this will wreck my life because I will have to transfer. But the larger issue is about transportation needs in the city. The discussion here has been about how this will negatively affect me. We all need to work together. We can’t really stay the way we are.” Lots of people rely on the bus. We need to hear their voices and serve the people who use public transportation. What would make their lives easier? Before the August election, you should amend the petition to reflect that the TDD does not include a special assessment for the entire TDD. Kansas City has sewer problems. Another idea is a subway. The city used to have streetcars and took them out because people didn’t want to ride them. “I came with an open mind. I agree we need to improve transportation. I don’t see how a streetcar would serve me but I work at St. Luke’s and patients there could use it.” A man who lives in Armour Hills said his taxes went up from $600 to $6000. “Consultants “crammed this down our throats” in Armour Hills.” Comment from an Armour Hills resident who supports the streetcar. He said there is not much opportunity for economic development between 51st and 75th, but there is from 75th and 85th. He said what he was hearing at the meeting was people saying there is not a need in Armour Hills, but his research shows that streetcars take people to jobs. “This is not just for us to get out, but for people to come to work” in our neighborhoods. One resident who lives south of the Plaza said people who are moving into the city are looking for public transportation and there are 15,000 new high-paying jobs coming at 85th Street. She said the city and consultants need to sell people on the value of the streetcars. She suggested having a meeting and doing a training at the meeting. One person expressed concern that the issue of whether or not streetcars should be built was not on the agenda of the Country Club Right of Way Advisory Committee. You should have made a decision about the termini before putting it on the ballot. One resident of Armour Hills said he favors the streetcar from the River Market to the Plaza but objects to any change to the Trolley Track Trail.


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MAIN STREET PLUS CORRIDOR ALIGNMENTS COSTS AND FUNDING POTENTIAL COST IN 2019$* COST PER MILE COST PER RIDER** ANTICPATED FEDERAL FUNDING

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COUNTRY CLUB RIGHT OF WAY

The reintroduction of a streetcar to South Plaza, Brookside and Waldo INTRODUCTION The Country Club Right of Way (CCROW) is an important transportation corridor owned by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) that includes the Harry Wiggins Trolley Track Trail. The City is studying how to reintroduce a streetcar into the CCROW area in a way that retains and potentially improves safety at cross streets and preserves neighborhood character. Streetcars are safe, quiet and convenient, and in other US Cities they have been proven to raise property values, decrease commercial vacancies, reduce congestion, and improve air quality.

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When properly designed, trails that are adjacent to fixed rail transit (streetcar, lightrail, commuter rail) are safe. According to a survey of 88 trails conducted by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, there has only been one rail-related trail user fatality in over 20 years. With adequate spacing, barriers, and signage, pedestrian and resident conflict with a streetcar vehicle can be easily minimized.

Points where a trail crosses streetcar tracks will be handled with the utmost consideration for safety in accordaince with State and Federal law. Existing examples offer many effective design options for safe pedestrian crossings: • Well marked at-grade crossings with warning signals • Protocol requiring streetcar vehicles to yield to pedestrians

AESTHETICS AND ENHANCEMENT Pairing fixed-rail transit with the a multi-purpose trail will create a major multi-modal transportation connection between southern Kansas City, MO neighborhoods and the rest of the region.

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NOISE

Appearance, safety, accessibility and functionality of a streetcar is currently being studied as it relates to the appeal of the existing Trolley Track Trail. Fencing, signage and paving can be designed to integrate with existing aesthetics, as well as improve security. The City understands this is a vibrant community asset, and with your input, the streetcar has the potential to add to its experience and value.

A major concern from residents and businesses is the amount of noise a streetcar will create. The following table compares modern streetcar noise levels to other common noises: Streetcar Vehicle Noise

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*Day-Night Sound level (Ldn): scale created by the EPA to measure total noise emitted across the day and night. Allows for comparison between different environmental conditions.

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1 PROJECT GOALS PURPOSE NextRail KC is a project initiated by the City of Kansas City, Missouri, in coordination with the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA), and Jackson County. NextRail KC will evaluate the potential impacts, feasibility and cost of streetcar extensions in eight designated corridors. This project will prioritize future rail-transit investments, develop a long-term plan for an integrated streetcar system, and most importantly craft a path to implementation. GOALS

Increase population & economic density in the urban core

Support existing residential and commercial activity

Develop under-utilized or vacant properties

Connect existing activity centers

Provide efficient, reliable, and effective transit service

Secure federal and state funding for railtransit expansion

POTENTIAL Streetcars do more than simply improve mobility. Streetcars are about fueling economic growth. By promoting development, attracting businesses and residents, and helping to redefine our city, streetcars benefit everyone. Streetcars function as an urban amenity that increases vitality, commerce and activity along the corridor route. Support for the streetcar is an investment with demonstrated returns for residents, businesses, property owners, neighborhoods and the entire region. Potential benefits of the streetcar include: • Strengthening existing neighborhoods and districts • Connecting important destinations and activity centers • Reducing auto trips, fuel consumption and emissions • Attracting new residents and businesses • Encouraging new development • Enhancing transit service • Providing an amenity for neighborhoods • Improving access to employment and services • Raising property values and reducing vacancies

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EVALUATING POTENTIAL IMPACTS

This project will evaluate the feasibility of potential alignments using criteria including: • Community support • Engineering and site constraints • Cost

This project will evaluate the potential of each proposed streetcar extension using a wide range of criteria organized by the following topics: • Alignment with citywide goals • Land use, density and demographics • Development potential and economic impact • Efficient, effective and reliable transit service • Compatibility with existing transit plans • Ridership potential • Traffic impacts • Pedestrian and bicycle connections

PRIORITIZING WHILE PLANNING FOR A LONG-TERM SYSTEM No streetcar extension can move forward without a viable financing strategy, community support and an understanding of all of the constraints and opportunities. This project will help determine where these conditions for success are in place, and prioritize alignments that best achieve City objectives and can most readily move forward to implementation. In addition to prioritizing the eight corridors under review, this project will work to develop a long-term strategic approach for the successful implementation of the entire streetcar system.

CRAFTING A PATH TO IMPLEMENTATION NextRail KC will develop a strategy for the execution of a streetcar system, including step-by-step recommendations for the implementation of the highest priority extensions. The final plan will include recommendations for the design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of the most viable streetcar extensions.

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In order to realize the potential of a city-wide streetcar system, NextRail KC will work to identify and prioritize corridors with the strongest community support, highest financial feasibility, fewest engineering constraints, greatest potential impact, and clearest path to implementation.

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3 ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES NextRail KC has developed a comprehensive public outreach, engagement and education strategy. It is important to utilize each of these approaches while also recognizing that this public planning process is meant to be collaborative and consistent across all eight corridors. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES The following is a list of tools and techniques that will be employed throughout NextRail KC’s public engagement process:

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Interactive Model An interactive model of all 8 corridors being studied and the Downtown Streetcar starter line. The model will evolve throughout the course of the planning process to engage stakeholders in a more and more detailed fashion.

2. SMS Survey In order to bridge the digital divide, the project will deploy a text messaging survey as most stakeholders have cellular phones, but not necessarily access to the internet. Posters along the corridors will be strategically placed encouraging stakeholders to text NextRail KC their ideas. 3

Street Teams NextRail KC will walk up and down each corridor going door to door and stakeholder to stakeholder passing out information and being a resource for answering questions and inviting the public to upcoming events.

4. In-Person Business Surveys Go business to business with a paper survey about the potential impacts of the streetcar to gauge support and collect information about stakeholder values, interests and concerns. 5. Door-to-Door Resident Surveys In more residential corridors, the team will go house to house

with a paper survey about the potential impacts and benefits of the streetcar to gauge support and collect information about stakeholder values, interests and concerns. 6. Transit Stop Rider Surveys While riding buses and waiting at transit stops, a paper survey will be adminsitred regarindg the potential impacts and benefits of the streetcar to gauge support and collect information about stakeholder values, interests and concerns. 7. Advertising While the budget is limited, traditional advertising like door hangers, billboards and radio spots reach a broad audience for a relatively small amount of money. 8. Coffee Talks with the Project Team While you can reach us at the contact information below at any time, NextRail KC drinks coffee, and does a lot of field work. If you want to invite us to coffee or another informal meeting, just let us know. 9. Other Engagement/Facilitation Exercises The facilitation of a meeting can determine the willingness and openness of the audience. It is imperative that the project team utilize every resource, idea and strategy that it can to generate public input and engage the public’s passion for this project.

TO INVITE THE PROJECT TEAM TO YOUR CORRIDOR CONTACT: Kyle Elliot AICP, City Planning and Development | kyle.elliott@kcmo.org | 816.513.2802 Gunnar Hand AICP, Next Rail KC Project Team | ghand@bnim.com | 816.783.1632

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Artist Rendering of Downtown Streetcar Starter Line; Courtesty HDR

WHAT IS THE STREETCAR EXPANSION PLAN? The streetcar expansion plan will evaluate the potential impact and cost of new streetcar alignments, recognize and plan for long-term system integration, and most importantly craft a path to implementation. As prescribed by the before mentioned jurisdictions, the overarching goals of the project are to: • • • • •

Increase population and economic density in the urban core Support existing residential and commercial activity Develop under-utilized or vacant properties Connect existing activity centers Provide efficient, reliable and effective transit service.

ARE THESE THE ONLY CORRIDORS TO BE STUDIED? These corridors were selected by the City of Kansas City, Missouri and no route has yet been selected for future study. The specifics of these corridors will be determined based on an engineering study constrained by various environmental and physical conditions, the cost of the project, and most importantly public input. No termini has been decided for any of the routes, except the Missouri State Line for 12th Street West and Southwest Boulevard corridors. All alternatives and routes are on the table during the initial screening phase of the project.

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The eight corridors identified by this study for potential streetcar expansion routes are listed below. These corridors are not in competition with one another as the plan is intended to lay the groundwork for a city-wide streetcar system:

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WHO IS PAYING FOR THE PLAN? NextRail KC was paid for by the In-District Public Improvement

widespread use of cell phones in each corridor. Finally, a series of public outreach meetings, focus groups, one-on-one discussions

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WHEN WILL THE PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT BEGIN? Right now! There are many ways to engage in the process. In addition to attending various community meetings, forums and other events, the NextRail KC Project Team will host three major outreach events, including the initial Kick-Off Event on August 8, 2013 in Union Station, and two corridor workshops (one each for the eight corridors, and then one each for the narrowed down four corridors). In between all of these milestones, intensive outreach efforts will keep the public up to date and engaged in the process. Additionally, the project website is always available to provide input, including a custom MindMixer (online forum) discussion board and social media. Later in the process, a text messaging system will be set up as another resource to collect input and ideas from the public.

WHO WILL MAKE ALL THE DECISIONS? This is a community and data driven planning process. Community input collected through the engagement process will shape the initial analysis and final recommendation. The Kansas City, Missouri City Council makes all final decisions.

WHAT IS THE PROCESS? WHAT ARE THE MILESTONES? The eight corridors are currently undergoing an extensive public outreach and engagement process. These corridors are simultaneously being analyzed for their engineering constraints (underpasses, bridges, grade changes, intersections, turning radius, etc‌), potential economic impacts on the community and financial cost. The eight corridors will undergo a screening process that will narrow the selection to up to four corridors for an additional detailed study by November 2013. Another round of stakeholder outreach and meetings will work through this more detailed analysis for these corridors. The streetcar expansion plan will provide its final recommendation to the City Council by March 2014.

HOW WILL THIS BE IMPLEMENTED? The streetcar expansion plan is not intended to become a document that sits on a shelf. The City and the Project Team is determined to move through the planning process in a manner that will best prepare an implementation package, including route selection, engineering, economic impact analysis and a financing plan, including Federal grant application and other opportunitites.

HOW WILL THE PUBLIC SHARE THIER INPUT? NextRail KC has developed a diverse community engagement and outreach strategy to maximize public participation. An interactive model will be used throughout the process to encourage participation and engage stakeholders in the design and transformation of their neighborhoods. A project website has been created as the single source for all project information and announcements, including an interactive MindMixer-based online survey and public discussion forum. The project team will also employ an innovative text messaging survey to bridge the digital divide and access the

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5 GET INVOLVED/STAY INFORMED Over the next several months, the NextRail KC team will be reaching out to community members through a variety of community meetings, forums, and other events. If you or your organization would like to meet with the NextRail KC team, inform a member of the project team, or contact: Kyle Elliot AICP, City Planning and Development | kyle.elliott@kcmo.org | 816.513.2802 Gunnar Hand, Next Rail KC Project Team | ghand@bnim.com | 816.783.1632 ideas.nextrailkc.com

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Develop under-utilized or vacant properties

Increase population & economic density in the urban core

Support existing residential

Connect existing activity centers

Provide efficient, reliable, and effective transit service

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Secure federal and state funding for railtransit expansion

POTENTIAL Streetcars do more than simply improve mobility. Streetcars are about fueling economic growth. By promoting development, attracting businesses and residents, and helping to redefine our city, streetcars have numerous benefits. Streetcars function as an urban amenity that increases vitality, commerce and activity along the route. Support for the streetcar is an investment with demonstrated returns for residents, businesses, property owners, neighborhoods and the entire region. Potential benefits of the streetcar include: • Strengthening existing neighborhoods and districts • Connecting important destinations and activity centers • • • • • • •

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2 CORRIDORS SELECTED FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS NextRail KC has completed the initial analysis portion of this planning process and moved into a more detailed analysis of the three corridors selected by City Council. Through a data and community driven evaluation process, the three corridors that proved to be both the most feasible and exhibit the highest potential impact include Independence Avenue, Main Street Plus (a combined Main Street and Country Club Right-of-Way route), and 31st Street/Linwood Boulevard. The City and KCATA willORS follow-up with plans and programs along CAR EXPANSION CORRID EET STR 12th Street, 18th Street and Southwest Boulevard to ensure each corridor improves its viability for future streetcar extensions.

INDEPENDENCE AVENUE

12TH STREET EAST 18TH STREET

Independence Avenue was described by stakeholders as Kansas City’s international marketplace. Its diverse population, unique and entrepreneurial business owners, and committed residents were all exhibited significant support for a streetcar on this corridor. Additionally, the corridor’s high population density, existing transit ridership, and level of transit dependence were important measures that led to its selection.

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MAIN STREET PLUS The Main Street corridor was considered by many to be a logical extension of the downtown streetcar starter line from the

Although these corridors were not selected for detailed analysis for fixed rail transit, there will be a separate study of land use and enhanced transit options on a combined Southwest Boulevard/18th Street Corridor that could prepare the corridor for fixed rail transit in the future.

PROSPECT MAX Although 12th Street East or West were not selected for detailed analysis, what has emerged from the study is 12th Street is being considered as the primary east-west bus route as a part of the KCATA’s Prospect MAX corridor study.

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beginning. A streetcar on Main Street would connect to the Plaza, UMKC, and a number of other activity centers. The terminus of Main Street will be at some destination to be determined south of UMKC along the Country Club Right-of-Way.

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3 PROJECT TASKS In order to capture the potential of a city-wide streetcar system, NextRail KC worked to narrow the eight original corridors to the three routes with the greatest potential for catalytic change. In the next step of this study, the project team will work with the community to refine this analysis and craft a path toward implementation.

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HOW FAR WILL THE LINES GO?

WHERE WILL THE STOPS BE?

There is a limited amount of resources to build the streetcar lines that moved forward from the initial analysis. The current strategy

Defining station locations for each of the corridors is an important step in maximizing the development potential, ridership, and

is to build some portion of all three corridors concurrently or in rapid succession. The project team must work with the community to define what distance on each of the three final corridor will best maximize the City’s investment.

other transformative impacts of a streetcar. The project team will combine community input with other data to optimize stop locations along the three final corridors.

HOW CAN WE PAY FOR THIS?

HOW WILL THE STREETCAR OPERATE?

The financial strategy for the streetcar expansion is still being developed. However, studies in the first phase found that with a 50% federal match, an expanded Transportation Development

Throughout the next steps of this planning process, the project team will engage in a conversation with the community about their values and priorities in order to guide the project as it enters

District (TDD) such as the district used to build the downtown streetcar starter line could fully fund the expansion routes. An expanded TDD would require separate elections for both the formation of the district and a tax increase. The project team is also looking at options for state funding and innovative publicprivate partnerships that would lessen the burden on a local TDD.

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final engineering and design. Some of these issues include: Stop location and spacing Streetcar alignment and operations Impact on other modes, including buses, vehicular traffic, parking, bicyclists, and pedestrians Station-area development opportunities


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STREETCAR EXPANSION PROJECT Corridor Evaluation Criteria August 27, 2013

The following is a list of general and specific criteria for evaluating the impact and feasibility of a streetcar line on each of the eight potential streetcar corridors. Please rate the importance of the general evaluation criteria listed below and on the next page by circling 1 through 10 (10 is the highest). Provide comments and additional criteria as necessary in the boxes below.

Corridor Evaluation Criteria Matrix Importance

Measure

Quantitative or Federal Funding Qualitative Criteria

Impact Citywide Goals

Not Very Important Important 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Support / coordination with other strategic initiatives

Review of current initiatives Qualitative

Potential to catalyze transformative improvements

Development potential, impact to neighborhoods in transition (FOCUS)

Long-term vitality and fiscal viability

Both

Projected tax revenue Connection to suggested future phases

Quantitative

Existing and projected population

People per square mile

Quantitative

Yes

Existing and projected employment

Quantitative

Yes

Leverage of historic streetcar-oriented development

Jobs per square mile Historic development records

Qualitative

Compatibility with existing land use, transportation, and econ. dev. plans.

Review of current efforts

Qualitative

Yes

Transit supportive land use policies and plans

Review of existing policies

Qualitative

Yes

Future streetcar system potential

Both

Other:

Land Use, Density, and Demographics

Not Very Important Important 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Other:

Economic Impact and Development Potential

Not Very Important Important 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Amount of vacant and underutilized space (built and unbuilt) Development projection in dollars and/or square foot estimates

Available development and redevelopment opportunities

Potential for transit-induced economic development

Quantitative

Quantitative

Assessment of local and national development interest

Developer interviews

Qualitative

Potential property value impacts

Future value

Quantitative

Potential occupancy impacts

Future occupancy People and jobs within 1/2mile distance to stops Existince and exercise of affordable housing plans and policies and financing commitments

Quantitative

Access to employment

Affordable housing in corridor compared to region

(Yes, but optional and currently unspecified)

Quantitative

Yes

Qualitative

Yes

Other:

Quality of Life / Cost of Living

Not Very Important Important 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Projected reduction in VMT and resulting cost savings Reduction in Criteria Pollutants and GHG Travel time savings, car ownership savings

Impact of streetcar extensions on traffic congestion Impacts on air quality and health Impacts of streetcar extensions on travel time and productivity

Quantitative

Yes

Quantitative

Yes

Quantitative

Other:

Transit Service

Not Very Important Important 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Directness of route / simplicity of user experience

Number of diversions

Qualitative

Use of existing transit service

Number of trips

Quantitative

Ridership potential

Transit-dependent population served

Projected number of trips Quantitative Median household income, zero car households (census tracts) Quantitative

Yes Yes (multiplied by 2 for ridership projections)

Compatibility with existing transit plans and future transit opportunities

Review of existing plans

Qualitative

Potential to enhance overall transit level of service

Level of Service

Quantitative

Opportunity for operational efficiencies and cost-savings

Projected cost savings

Quantitative

Yes

Impact on vehicular traffic

Change in flow rates given modifications to street

Quantitative

Yes

Viability of dedicated transit lanes

Review of traffic impacts

Both

Potential to improve corridor walkability

Both

Potential conflicts between rail and bicycle infrastructure

Walk score methodology Review of existing and planned infrastructure

Opportunity to coordinate rail and bicycle systems

Review of existing efforts

Qualitative

Other:

General Mobility

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Other:

Not Very Important Important 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Qualitative


Corridor Evaluation Criteria Matrix Continued Importance

Measure

Quantitative or Federal Funding Qualitative Criteria

Feasibility Not

Community Support

Important

Very Important

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Review of support and opposition Number and energy of advocates and advocacy groups

Level of community interest for streetcar extensions

Opportunity to organize and take on implementation Impact of engineering, financing, alignment, and other decisions on support

Qualitative

Qualitative Qualitative

Other: Not

Engineering and Site Constraints

Important

Very Important

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Road width

Width of ROW, lanes

Quantitative

Grades

Quantitative

Utility conflicts

Percent slope Change in on-street parking and driveway access Relative number and magnitude of conflicts per linear unit Number and cost of addressing utility conflicts

Overhead clearances

Height

Quantitative

Bridges

Suitability for streetcar Environmental Impact Analysis

Quantitative Both

Yes (EIA)

Per mile cost

Cost per mile

Quantitative

Indirectly

Overall cost

Quantitative

Yes

Operating cost

Total cost Operating cost (and savings in bus operation)

Quantitative

Yes

Eligibility for federal funding

New Starts Criteria

Both

Eligibility for state funding

Forthcoming

Both

Parking Impacts

Utility density

Environmental constraints and impacts

Quantitative

Quantitative Quantitative

Other: Not

Cost and Financing

Important

Very Important

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Viability of local funding solutions

Both

Yes

Viability of value capture strategies

Both

Yes

Viability of public/private partnerships and other creative financing

Both

Yes

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Novem mber 21, 2013 Offices of the Mayor and City Coun ncil evelopment Department City Planning and De th

414 E. 12 Street s City, MO 641106 Kansas OP 3 CORRIDO ORS & MAIN STREET CORRIDOR PLUS SOC RES RE: TO y Planning and Development Department and their consu ultant team hav ve Since August of this year, the City dors for possib ble expansion o of the Downtown Streetcar sstarter line. Th he underttaken a study of eight corrid study has been developed throug gh a data-inforrmed and com mmunity-driven process. The e resulting work sses the develo opment of a co omprehensive streetcar s syste em plan, which at some pointt may include a all addres of thes se important corridors. At th his point in the process, howe ever, the consu ultant team witth direction from the Mayoral-appoin M ted Advisory, Steering, and Technical C Committees h has identified the top thre ee performing corridors s based on the agreed upon evaluation e crite eria. st

valuation criterria, the top thrree performing g corridors are Main Street, 3 31 Street/Linw wood Boulevarrd, The ev and In ndependence Avenue. A These e corridors have the highest iimpact scores,, greatest relattive likelihood of federa al funding, and the lowest cos st per rider. e direction of the NextRail KC K Advisory, Technical T and Steering Com mmittees, the c consultant team At the analyz zed a combined d Main Street and a Country Club C Right-of-W Way Corridor–ttogether known as Main Street Plus. Following F the presentation of o the system overview, o man ny stakeholderss questioned w why Main Street st

had a pre-defined terminus at UMK KC near 51 Stre eet and was no ot analyzed using multiple terrmini, as was th he o most of th he other corrid dors being stu udied. Routes with termini at 63 case on th

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Boulev vard, 75 Stree et and Wornall Road, and 85 Street and Prrospect Avenu ue were subseq quently analyze ed and sc cored for this combined corrid dor concept. dition to the impact scores s, the attached d evaluation m matrix shows the order-of-magnitude co ost In add estima ates for each Main M Street Plus s segment, as well as their co ost per mile, co and potential fo ost per rider, a or federa al funding. The results of our attached analy ysis show that none of the M ain Street Pluss routes score a as st

well as s Main Street terminating t at 51 Street. Som me Main Streett Plus alignme nts score, how wever, as high o or higherr than any othe er corridor. If th he City Council chooses to stu udy Main Stree et Plus, the conssultant team w will underttake a more de etailed analysis that identifies the terminus o of Main Street that provides tthe most beneffit for the e cost of cons struction, satisfies community and stakeho older concernss, and is most likely to secure federa al funding. It sh hould be noted that the ideal termini and sto op locations w will be assessed d for all corrido ors in the detailed alignm ment phase of this t study, whic ch is scheduled d to be comple eted in late Marrch. a to th his study and d support for Kansas City’ss transportatio on Thank you for your continued attention objecttives. Best Regards, R

The Ne extRail KC Con nsultant Team Projec ct Manager, Vin ncent P. Gauthie er, AICP cc.

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a. Main Stre eet Plus Corrido or Alignments score s sheet velopment and b. Joint Plan nning Zoning & Economic Dev d Transportatio on & Infrastructture Committee PowerPoint Prresentation


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Union Cemetery

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Robert Gillham Park

The NelsonAtkins Museum of Art

Westwood Westwood Hills Mission Woods

Roeland Park

Martin Luther King Jr. Square

Brush Creek Park

Raytown Road Athletic Field

Blue Banks Park

Stayton Meadows Golf Club

Loose Park

Mission Fairway

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Big Blue Battlefield

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Town Fork Creek Greenway

Countryside

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Prairie Village

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SU’AALAHA KU SAABSAN MAAL LOCAL INTA BADAN LA ISWEYDIIYO si loo ballaariyo NIDAAMKA bas KANSAS CITY THE HORDHAC | The City of Kansas City, kaabaha ayaa qorshaynaysa ballaarinta ee nidaamka bas cusub. Sheet FAQ Tani waxay fasireysaa sida dhismaha iyo dayactirka nidaamka ballaariyeen laga maalgelin doonaa. Nidaamka bas balaariyay waxaa la filayaa in ay isticmaalaan caanaha deeq la mid ah kii lagu isticmaalay si loo dhiso khadka bas badhtamaha magaalada. Tan waxaa ka mid abuuraya weyn, Degmada cusub Gaadiidka Development (TDD). Formula dakhliga ayaa qorshaynaysa in la isu geeyo canshuuraha iyo qiimeynta maxalliga ah leh ee federaalka iyo/ama dawladda iyo ilo kale oo aan ahayn TDD. Qadarka dakhliga non-TDD go’aamin doona sida ay fog tahay khadadka ballaadhinta loo Phase 2 dhisay karo.

S:

Ma jeclaan lahayd ballaadhinta la soo jeediyay ee khadka bas ayaa sidoo kale waxaa lagu maalgeliya Degmada a Gaadiidka Development (TDD)?

A: Haa, in qayb ka. Wajiga 2 of khadka bas ah (sidoo kale loo yaqaan NextRail KC) ayaa qorshaynaysa in ay lacag isku dhafan ee dakhliga ka soo TDD cusub (si loogu bixiyo kharashyada hawlgalka ee sannadlaha ah iyo qiyaastii boqolkiiba 40-50 of kharashka dhismaha) iyo maaliyad federaalka iyo gobolka iyo ilo kale oo aan ahayn TDD, oo ay ku jiraan iskaashiyo dadweynaha-gaarka loo iman kara.

S:

Maxay yihiin xuduudaha TDD Expansion ah?

A: TDD Expansion wuxuu socon doono laga bilaabo State Line Road on galbeed si ay I-435 oo xagga bari ka, leh River ee Missouri sida xuduudda waqooyi. Boundary The koonfurta waa 89aad Street from State Line Road si

A: ilaha dakhliyada for TDD Expansion noqon lahayd mid ah ay u Wajiga 1 TDD, isku-dar ah a canshuurta iibka 1 boqolkiiba xadka aaga oo dhan TDD Expansion iyo qiimeyn gaar ah oo ku saabsan qaar ka mid ah, laakiin dhammaantiin ma aha, hantida.

S: Maxaa dhacaya si ay bas Downtown ka TDD?

A: Haddii cusub, TDD weyn waxaa la abuuray si ay u maalgeliyaan nidaamka bas balaariyay (the “TDD Expansion“), ee hadda jira Kansas City Downtown bas TDD (the “Wajiga 1 TDD“) waxaa lagu beddeli doonaa by TDD Expansion hal mar Phase 2 waa diyaar u ah inay sii soco. TDD ballaarinta u doondooni doonaa ansixinta cod for the canshuurta iibka isku mid ah iyo heerka qiimaynta gaar ah ugu badnaan sida ay hadda yihiin lagu soo rogay by the Wajiga 1 TDD. In kasta oo laga yaabaa in cod lagu weydiin in la ansixiyo ilaha dakhliga kuwaas oo ku November 2014, TDD Expansion ee ku canshuurta iibka iyo qiimaynta gaar ah oo aan bilaabi doono ilaa inta la xaqiijinayo in Wajiga 2 leedahay maalgelinta non-TDD ku filan in ay noqon macne. Halkaa marka ay marayso in, 1

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S: Maxay yihiin ilaha dakhliga soo jeediye y ee TDD ballaarinta ah?

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ilaha dakhliga ee Wajiga 1 TDD lagu bedeli lahaa ilaha dakhliga ka soo TDD ballaarinta ka. Milkiileyaasha hantida ee Wajiga 1 TDD dareemi doonaan wax kasta oo kala duwan yihiin. Waxa ay canshuurta iibka iyo qiimaynta gaar ah isku sii jiri doonaa.

S: Sidee lahaa shaqada qiime yn gaar ah oo ku TDD Expansion ah?

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Qiimayntu waxay gaarka ah waxaa laga dalbadaa lahaa at heerka ugu badnaan la mid ah sida ay Wajiga 1 TDD. Si kastaba ha ahaatee, ma hantida kasta ee TDD ballaarinta bixiso lahaa qiimeyn gaar ah. In TDD Expansion, waxa la filayaa in guryaha oo kaliya gudahood ka fog macquulka ah (ilaa qiyaastii nus-mile labada dhinac ee khadka bas ah, laga reebo qaar ka mid ah) waxay bixin doontaa qiimeynta gaarka ah. Guryaha Downtown in mar hore ku bixin qiimaynta gaar ah oo hoos Wajiga 1 TDD sii wadi doonaa in uu bixiyo qiimaynta kuwa ka yar ay TDD Expansion cusub.

S: Waa imisa lahaa kharashka a qiime yn gaar ah?

A:

The heerka qiimaynta gaarka ah ee TDD ballaarinta wax ka badan heerka ugu sareeya ansixiyey for the Wajiga 1 TDD noqon lahaa. Isticmaalka kuwa heerka ogol yahay ugu badnaan, ee hoos ku qoran tusaalayaal ee qiimeynta sanadlaha gaarka ah ee hantida waa mawduuc si qiimaynta (formula dhabta ah waxaa lagu qeexey in jawaab kama dambaysta ah ee xaashida FAQ this):

• Wixii hanti deggan yahay: Qiimayntu waxay gaarka ah waxay noqonaysaa $66.50/year for kasta $50,000 oo ah qiimaha guriga la qiimeeyey (sida uu go’aamiyo Jackson County); • Wixii hanti ganacsi: Qiimayntu waxay gaarka ah waxay noqonaysaa $1,536/sanad walba $1,000,000 oo ah qiimaha guriga la qiimeeyey (sida uu go’aamiyo Jackson County).

Qiimaynta gaarka ah sidoo kale jeclaan lahaa in lagu soo rogay hantida ay leedahay City, hantida ay leeyihiin hay ’adaha aan faa’iido-(hanti qiimeeyo ka yar $300,000 noqon lahayd ka reeban), iyo farabadan oo mushahar dusha la dhigto.

S: qiimaynta gaarka ah ayaa la bixin doonaa by guryaha in ay lee yihiin abatements canshuurta?

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Haa. Qiimaynta gaarka ah waa ka duwan tahay canshuurta hantida iyo walxaha canshuur ma Abate qiimaynta gaarka ah.

S: Muddo intee qiimaynta iyo cashuurta noqon doonaa saamaynta?

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Canshuurta iibka leeyahay qorrax ah 30 sano. Qiimeyntu waxay si gaar ah hantida uu leeyahay qorrax ah oo 25 sano. Midkoodna heerka canshuurta TDD ama qiimaynta dhaqangeli doona mooyee City ee Mashaariic ku habboon federaalka iyo/ama dawladda ku filan si ay shaqo mashruuca.

S: Waa maxay nidaamka intaba TDD Expansion ah?

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Abuuritaanka iyo maalgelinta TDD Expansion waxay u baahan tahay laba votes dadweynaha. Cod-bixintu waxay marka hore, la filayaa in August 2014, wuxuu ku weydiin doonaa cod si uu u ogolaado abuurista TDD ballaarinta. Votes labaad, la filayaa in November 2014, wuxuu ku weydiin doonaa cod si uu u ogolaado isha gaarka ah ee dakhliga, ie, ayaa canshuurta iibka iyo heerka qiimaynta gaar ah ugu badnaan.

S: Waa maxay sababta aan u bilaabo waxaa hadda si ay u abuuraan ee TDD Expansion cusub haddii ballaadhinta aan la filayaa in la dhisaa ilaa 2019?

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Waxaa muhiim ah in asal ah maalgelinta hoose noqon meel marka dawladda federaalka waxa uu tixgelin codsiga City. Ujeedadu City ee waa laga codsado maalgalin federaal ah ee hore January 2015, sidaas darteed labada doorashooyinka TDD Expansion u baahan in la dhamaystiro ka hor.

Si su’aasha ugu horeysa-in la ansixiyo saabsan sameynta TDD Expansion-in ay noqon on the Aug 5, 2014 cod-bixinta, amar maxkamadeed oo oggolaanaya in uu u baahan yahay doorashada ugu horreysa la soo saaray in ka badan 10 todobaad ka hor, kaas oo noqon lahaa May 27, 2014. Si aad u oggolaan in waqti badan oo dhan ogeysiisyada loo baahan yahay iyo nidaamka sharciga ah, waxaa lagama maarmaan ah in codsiga si ay u sameeyaan TDD ballaarinta lagu soo gudbiyo agagaarka Jan 24, 2014. Haddii ay lagama maarmaan noqoto in inta lagu guda jiro nidaam maxkamadeed oo ka, waxa uu noqon doono in la sameeyo beddelid uu si codsiga, inkastoo tani ma aha mid la filayay. Koodana Tani waa muhiim maxaa yeelay hoggaanka hadda at US Department of Transportation waa wax taageera ah oo maalgelin ku meel-gaarka ah ee mashaariicda maxalliga ah sida jidadka ballaarinta.

• A canshuurta iibka aan ka badnayn boqolkiiba 1 on iibka gudahood Wajiga 1 TDD xadka • Qiimayn gaar ah oo ku maguurtada ah gudahood Wajiga 1 TDD xuduudda, iyadoo heerarka sannadla ha ah ugu badnaan sida soo socota:

• A qiimeyn gaar ah dheeraadka ah on dusha u riteen mushaharka la dhigto gudahood Wajiga 1 TDD xuduudda (ma garaashyada iyo goobaha baabuurta la aan lacag la’aan). Heerka ugu badan ee qii

maynta dheeraadka ah gaar ah oo ku farabadan oo mushahar dusha la dhigto noqon doonaa $54.75 halkii meel bannaan ah sanadkiiba.

• 48¢ kasta $100 of qiimaha la qiimeeyey for hantida ganacsiga ($1,536 for kasta $1 million of qiimaha suuqa) • 70¢ kasta $100 of qiimaha la qiimeeyey ee guri la degan yahay ($266 for kasta $200,000 oo ah qiimaha suuqa) • $1.04 for kasta $100 of qiimaha la qiimeeyey for hantida ay leedahay City (taas oo ka dhigan tahay total bixinta a sannadlaha ah ee magaalada ku saabsan $810,000) • 40¢ kasta $100 of qiimaha la qiimeeyey talagalay hantida maguurtada ah laga dhaafo cans huurta hantida, sida diinta, waxbarashada, samafalka, iwm hantida, laakiin kaliya on qiimaha suuqa ka badan $300,000 oo in ka yar $50 Million.

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S: Maxay yihiin ilaha dakhliga ayaa ah iyo heerka ugu badnaan in loo oggolaaday ka Wajiga 1 TDD?

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AMPLIAR LA LÍNEA DE TRANVÍA EN KANSAS CITY INTRODUCCIÓN | La Ciudad de Kansas City, Mo. está planeando un sistema nueva de tranvías. Esta hoja de preguntas frecuentes explica cómo se financiará la construcción y el mantenimiento del sistema ampliado. Se espera que el sistema de tranvías ampliado utilice una fórmula financiera similar a la utilizada para la construcción de la línea de tranvía del centro. Esto incluye la creación de un nuevo, más grande distrito de Desarrollo de Transporte (TDD). La fórmula de ingresos planea combinar los impuestos y las evaluaciones locales con fondos federales y / o estatales y otras fuentes no-TDD. El importe de los ingresos no TDD determinará en qué medida las rutas de expansión se pueden construir en la Fase 2.

P:

¿La propuesta de ampliación de la línea de tranvía también se financiará con un Distrito de Desarrollo de Transporte (TDD)?

R: Sí, en parte. Fase 2 de la línea de tranvía (también conocido como NextRail KC) planea ser pagado con una combinación de ingresos de un nuevo TDD (para pagar los costos de operación anuales y aproximadamente el 40-50 por ciento de los costos de construcción) y de los fondos federales y estatales y otras fuentes no-TDD, incluyendo posibles asociaciones público-privadas.

P:

¿Cuáles son los límites de la TDD de expansión?

R: El TDD Expansión correrá de State Line Road en el oeste de la I-435 en el este, con el río Missouri como el límite norte. El límite sur es la calle 89 de State Line Road hasta la sala Parkway; 85th Street a Ward Parkway hacia Highway 71, y Gregory Boulevard East de 71 Highway.

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Las fuentes de ingresos para el TDD expansión sería similar a la de la fase 1 TDD, una combinación de un impuesto sobre las ventas del 1 por ciento en todo el contorno de la TDD Expansión y una evaluación especial en algunos, pero no todos, los bienes.

P: ¿Qué pasa con el centro Tranvía TDD? R:

Si se crea un nuevo TDD mas grande para financiar el sistema de tranvías ampliado (el “TDD de expansión”),

el vigente Kansas City Downtown Streetcar TDD (la “Fase 1 TDD”) será sustituido por el TDD Expansión vez la Fase 2 es listo para proceder. El TDD Expansión buscará la aprobación de los votantes para el mismo impuesto sobre las ventas y las tasas máximas especiales de evaluación en la actualidad están siendo impuesta por la Fase 1 TDD. Aunque los votantes se les puede pedir a aprobar estas fuentes de ingresos en noviembre de 2014, el impuesto de ventas de la TDD Expansión y evaluaciones especiales no se iniciarán hasta que se determine que la Fase 2 tiene suficientes fondos no TDD para ser viable. En ese punto, las fuentes de ingresos de la Fase 1 TDD se sustituirían por las fuentes de ingresos de la TDD Expansión. Los dueños de propiedades en la Fase 1 TDD no

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P: ¿Cómo funcionaría la evaluación especial en la TDD de expansión?

R: La evaluación especial se aplicaría a las mismas tarifas máximas como la Fase 1 TDD. Sin embargo, no todas las propiedades en el TDD Expansión pagaría una cuota especial. En el TDD Expansión, se prevé que sólo las propiedades dentro de una distancia razonable (hasta aproximadamente un kilómetro y medio a cada lado de la línea de tranvía, con algunas excepciones) pagarán la cuota especial. Propiedades Downtown que ya pagan cuotas especiales bajo la Fase 1 TDD continuarán pagando esas evaluaciones bajo el nuevo TDD Expansión.

P:

¿Cuánto costaría una evaluación especial?

R: Las tarifas especiales de evaluación para el TDD expansión no serían más que la tasa máxima permitida para la Fase 1 TDD. El uso de dichos tipos máximos permitidos, a continuación son ejemplos de la evaluación anual especial para la propiedad que está sujeta a la evaluación (la fórmula actual se indica en la respuesta final de esta hoja): • •

Para las propiedades residenciales: La evaluación especial sería de $ 66.50/year por cada $ 50.000 de valor tasado de la propiedad (según lo determinado por el Condado de Jackson); En el caso de propiedades comerciales: La evaluación especial sería $ 1,536 / año por cada $ 1,000,000 valor tasado de la propiedad (según lo determinado por el condado de Jackson).

Evaluaciones especiales también se impondrían sobre bienes de propiedad de la Ciudad, bienes de propiedad de las entidades sin fines de lucro (propiedad valorada bajo $ 300.000 estarían exentas) y estacionamientos de pago superficie.

P:

¿Los gravámenes especiales pagados por las propiedades que tienen reducción de impuestos?

R: Sí. Evaluaciones especiales son diferentes a los impuestos sobre la propiedad y la reducción de impuestos no disminuye cuotas especiales. Q:

¿Hasta cuándo las evaluaciones y los impuestos en vigor?

A: El impuesto sobre las ventas tiene una puesta de sol de 30 años. La evaluación especial sobre la propiedad cuenta con una puesta de sol de 25 años. Ninguno de los tipos impositivos de TDD o evaluaciones entrará en vigor a menos que la Ciudad asegura suficientes fondos federales y / o estatales para hacer el trabajo del proyecto.

P: ¿Cuál es el proceso para formar un TDD Expansión? R:

Una petición será presentada ante el Tribunal de Circuito del Condado de Jackson. En la petición se descri-

birá el proyecto propuesto a realizar, los límites de la TDD Expansión, fuentes de ingresos y las tarifas máximas para cada tipo de ingresos. Si el tribunal decide que la petición sea apropiado, ordenará una elección. La creación y el financiamiento de la expansión TDD requiere dos votos del público. La primera votación, que se espera en agosto de 2014, le preguntará a los votantes a aprobar la creación de la TDD Expansión. La segunda votación, prevista para noviembre de 2014, va a pedir a los votantes a aprobar la fuente de ingresos específica, es decir, el impuesto sobre las ventas y las tasas máximas de evaluación especiales.

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¿Por qué estamos empezando ahora para crear el nuevo TDD expansión si no se espera que las expansiones que se construirá hasta 2019?

A: Es esencial que una fuente de financiamiento local estar en su lugar cuando el gobierno federal está considerando la solicitud de la Ciudad. La intención de la Ciudad es solicitar fondos federales a principios de enero de 2015, y por lo tanto las dos elecciones TDD Expansión deben completarse antes de esa fecha. Para que la primera pregunta - para aprobar la formación de la TDD de expansión - para estar en el 05 de agosto 2014 votación, la orden judicial que autorice esa primera elección debe ser emitido más de 10 semanas de anticipación, lo que sería 27 de mayo 2014. Para permitir suficiente tiempo para que todos los avisos y los procedimientos legales necesarios, es necesario que la petición para formar el TDD Expansión presentarse alrededor de 24 de enero 2014. Si se vuelve necesario durante el procedimiento judicial, sería posible hacer modificaciones a la petición, aunque no se prevé. Este periodo de tiempo es importante porque el actual liderazgo en el Departamento de Transporte de los EE.UU. es un gran apoyo para la financiación de tránsito para los proyectos locales, como las rutas de expansión.

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• Un impuesto sobre las ventas que no exceda del 1 por ciento en las ventas dentro de la Fase 1 TDD límite • Una evaluación especial sobre bienes inmuebles dentro de la Fase 1 TDD límite, con tasas anuales máximos de la siguiente manera: • 48 ¢ por cada $ 100 del valor de tasación de la propiedad comercial ($ 1,536 por cada $ 1 millones en valor de mercado) • 70 ¢ por cada $ 100 del valor de tasación de la propiedad residencial ($ 266 por cada $ 200.000 de valor de mercado) • $ 1.04 por cada $ 100 del valor de tasación de los bienes propiedad de la ciudad (lo que significaría un pago City anual total de alrededor de 810,000 dólares) • 40 ¢ por cada $ 100 del valor de tasación de bienes inmuebles exentos del impuesto sobre la propiedad, como religiosas, educativas, caritativas, etc propiedad, pero sólo en el valor de mercado de más de $ 300,000 y menos de $ 50 millones. • Una evaluación especial suplementario en superficie de los aparcamientos de pago dentro de la Fase 1 TDD límite (no garajes y estacionamientos no libre). El porcentaje máximo para la evaluación especial suplementario en los estacionamientos de pago superficie será $ 54.75 por plaza al año.

ESTA HOJA FAQ FUE PREPARADA POR LA CIUDAD DE KANSAS CITY, MO. Y ES SOLO UN RESUMEN DE INFORMACIÓN SOBRE ESTE TEMA. EL PÚBLICO PUEDE TAMBIÉN CONSULTAR LA PETICIÓN QUE ESTARÁ EN LOS ARCHIVOS DE JACKSON COUNTY TRIBUNAL DE CIRCUITO A FINALES DE ENERO PARA UNA DESCRIPCIÓN COMPLETA DE LA TDD Y SU PROYECTO PROPUESTO Y FUENTES DE INGRESOS.

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CÂU HỎI THƯỜNG GẶP VỀ KINH PHÍ ĐỊA PHƯƠNG MỞ RỘNG HỆ THỐNG Streetcar KANSAS CITY Giới thiệu | Thành phố Kansas City, Missouri đang có kế hoạch mở rộng của hệ thống xe điện mới. Hỏi đáp tấm này giải thích cách xây dựng và bảo trì hệ thống mở rộng sẽ được tài trợ. Hệ thống xe điện mở rộng dự kiến sẽ sử dụng một công thức tài trợ tương tự như sử dụng để xây dựng đường xe điện trung tâm thành phố. Điều này bao gồm việc tạo ra một mới, lớn hơn Quận Phát triển Giao thông vận tải (TDD). Công thức doanh thu kế hoạch để kết hợp các loại thuế và đánh giá địa phương với các quỹ liên bang và/hoặc tiểu bang và các nước ngoài TDD khác. Doanh thu không TDD sẽ xác định khoảng cách các tuyến đường mở rộng có thể được xây dựng trong giai đoạn 2. Q: Sẽ mở rộng đề xuất của dòng xe điện cũng có thể được tài trợ bằng một huyện phát triển Giao thông vận tải (TDD)? A: Có, một phần. Giai đoạn 2 của đường xe điện (còn gọi là NextRail KC) có kế hoạch được trả bằng một sự kết hợp của doanh thu từ TDD mới (để trả cho các chi phí hoạt động hàng năm và khoảng 40-50 phần trăm của chi phí xây dựng) và từ các quỹ liên bang và tiểu bang và các nước ngoài TDD khác, bao gồm cả quan hệ đối tác công-tư tiềm năng. Q: ranh giới của TDD mở rộng là gì? A: TDD mở rộng sẽ chạy từ State Line Road ở phía tây I- 435 về phía đông, với sông Missouri là ranh giới phía bắc. Ranh giới phía nam là 89 Street State Line Road to Phường Parkway; 85 Street Ward Parkway đến 71 đường cao tốc, và Gregory Boulevard đông từ 71 quốc lộ. Q: nguồn thu đề xuất cho TDD mở rộng là gì? A: Các nguồn thu cho TDD mở rộng sẽ là tương tự như giai đoạn 1 TDD, một sự kết hợp của thuế doanh thu 1 phần trăm trong toàn bộ ranh giới của TDD mở rộng và một đánh giá đặc biệt trên một số, nhưng không phải tất cả, bất động sản. Q: Điều gì xảy ra Downtown Streetcar TDD? A: Nếu một mới, TDD lớn hơn được tạo ra để tài trợ cho hệ thống xe điện mở rộng (gọi là “mở rộng TDD”), hiện tại Kansas City Downtown Streetcar TDD (gọi là “giai đoạn 1 TDD”) sẽ được thay thế bằng TDD mở rộng một lần Giai đoạn 2 là sẵn sàng để tiến hành. Các TDD mở rộng sẽ tìm kiếm sự chấp thuận của cử tri cho thuế doanh thu và tỷ lệ cùng một đánh giá đặc biệt tối đa như hiện đang được áp đặt bởi các giai đoạn 1 TDD. Mặc dù cử tri có thể được yêu cầu chấp thuận các nguồn thu trong tháng 11 năm 2014, thuế bán hàng mở rộng TDD và đánh giá đặc biệt sẽ không bắt đầu cho đến khi nó được xác định là giai đoạn 2 có đủ kinh phí sự TDD là khả thi. Vào thời điểm đó, các nguồn thu trong giai đoạn 1 TDD sẽ được thay thế bằng các 1

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nguồn thu từ TDD mở rộng. Chủ sở hữu bất động sản trong giai đoạn 1 TDD sẽ không nhận thấy bất kỳ sự khác biệt. Thuế bán hàng của họ và đánh giá đặc biệt sẽ vẫn như cũ. Q: Làm thế nào sẽ công tác đánh giá đặc biệt trong TDD mở rộng? A: Việc đánh giá đặc biệt sẽ được áp dụng theo mức tối đa tương tự như giai đoạn 1 TDD. Tuy nhiên, không phải tất cả tài sản trong TDD mở rộng sẽ phải trả một đánh giá đặc biệt. Trong TDD mở rộng, nó dự đoán rằng chỉ tính trong một khoảng cách hợp lý (lên đến khoảng nửa dặm ở hai bên của đường xe điện, với một số trường hợp ngoại lệ) sẽ trả đánh giá đặc biệt. Tính trung tâm thành phố mà đã trả tiền đánh giá đặc biệt theo giai đoạn 1 TDD sẽ tiếp tục trả những đánh giá dưới sự mở rộng TDD mới. Q: Làm thế nào nhiều cách cầm chi phí đánh giá đặc biệt? A: Mức đánh giá đặc biệt cho TDD mở rộng sẽ là không quá mức tối đa đã được phê duyệt cho giai đoạn 1 TDD. Sử dụng các mức tối đa cho phép, dưới đây là những ví dụ của việc đánh giá đặc biệt hàng năm cho tài sản đó là tùy thuộc vào việc đánh giá (công thức thực tế được nêu trong câu trả lời cuối cùng của tờ Hỏi đáp này): • Đối với tài sản dân cư: Việc đánh giá đặc biệt là $66.50/year cho mỗi $50,000 giá trị tài sản được đánh giá (được xác định bởi Jackson County); • Đối với tài sản thương mại: Việc đánh giá đặc biệt sẽ là $1,536/năm cho mỗi $1,000,000 giá trị tài sản được đánh giá (được xác định bởi Jackson County). Đánh giá đặc biệt cũng sẽ được áp dụng đối với tài sản thuộc sở hữu của thành phố, tài sản thuộc sở hữu của các tổ chức phi lợi nhuận (tài sản có giá trị dưới $300,000 sẽ được miễn), và bãi đỗ xe trả tiền mặt. Q: đánh giá đặc biệt sẽ được thanh toán bằng tài sản đó có abatements thuế? A: Có. Đánh giá đặc biệt khác với các loại thuế bất động sản và giảm thuế không giảm đi đánh giá đặc biệt.

Q: quá trình hình thành một TDD mở rộng là gì? A: Một bản kiến nghị sẽ được nộp cho Jackson County Circuit Court. Kiến nghị sẽ mô tả các dự án đề xuất sẽ được thực hiện, ranh giới của TDD mở rộng, nguồn thu và tỷ lệ tối đa đối với từng loại doanh thu. Nếu tòa án quy tắc đơn khởi kiện là đúng, nó sẽ đặt một cuộc bầu cử. Tạo và tài trợ cho TDD mở rộng đòi hỏi hai phiếu công cộng. Việc bỏ phiếu đầu tiên, dự kiến vào tháng Tám

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A: Thuế bán hàng có một hoàng hôn 30 năm. Đánh giá đặc biệt về sở hữu có một hoàng hôn 25 năm. Không có thuế suất TDD hoặc đánh giá sẽ có hiệu lực trừ khi thành phố đóng chặt đủ tiền phù hợp với liên bang và/hoặc tiểu bang để làm cho công việc của dự án.

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Q: Làm thế nào dài các đánh giá và thuế sẽ có hiệu lực?

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năm 2014, sẽ yêu cầu các cử tri chấp thuận tạo TDD mở rộng. Việc bỏ phiếu thứ hai, dự kiến trong tháng 11 năm 2014, sẽ yêu cầu các cử tri chấp thuận việc nguồn thu cụ thể, ví dụ, thuế doanh thu và tỷ lệ đánh giá đặc biệt tối đa. Q: Tại sao chúng ta bắt đầu từ bây giờ để tạo ra các mở rộng TDD mới nếu mở rộng không dự kiến sẽ được xây dựng đến năm 2019? A: Điều cần thiết là một nguồn tài trợ địa phương được đặt ra khi chính phủ liên bang đang xem xét ứng dụng của thành phố. Ý định của Thành phố là để áp dụng cho tài trợ liên bang vào đầu tháng Giêng năm 2015, và do đó hai cuộc bầu cử mở rộng TDD cần phải được hoàn thành trước đó. Để cho câu hỏi đầu tiên - phê duyệt hình thành TDD mở rộng - để được vào 5 tháng 8 năm 2014 lá phiếu, lệnh của tòa án cho phép rằng cuộc bầu cử đầu tiên cần phải được ban hành hơn 10 tuần trước, đó sẽ là ngày 27 tháng 5 năm 2014. Để cho phép nhiều thời gian cho tất cả các thông báo cần thiết và thủ tục pháp lý, điều cần thiết là các kiến nghị để hình thành TDD mở rộng được nộp khoảng 24 tháng một năm 2014. Nếu nó trở nên cần thiết trong quá trình tố tụng của tòa án, nó sẽ có thể để làm cho sửa đổi đơn, mặc dù điều này không được mong đợi. Khoảng thời gian này rất quan trọng vì các nhà lãnh đạo hiện nay tại Sở Giao thông vận tải Mỹ rất ủng hộ kinh phí quá cảnh cho các dự án địa phương như các tuyến đường mở rộng. Q: nguồn thu và tỷ lệ tối đa đã được phê duyệt cho giai đoạn 1 TDD là gì? A:

• Một thuế bán hàng không vượt quá 1 phần trăm trên doanh số bán hàng trong TDD ranh giới giai đoạn 1 • Một đánh giá đặc biệt về bất động sản trong TDD ranh giới giai đoạn 1, với giá tối đa hàng năm như sau: • 48¢ cho mỗi $100 giá trị cho tài sản thương mại ($1,536 cho mỗi $1 triệu giá trị thị trường) • 70¢ cho mỗi $100 giá trị tài sản dân cư ($266 cho mỗi $200,000 giá trị thị trường) • $1,04 cho mỗi $100 giá trị cho tài sản thuộc sở hữu của thành phố (trong đó sẽ có nghĩa là một tổng thanh toán Thành phố hàng năm khoảng $810,000) • 40¢ cho mỗi $100 giá trị cho bất động sản được miễn thuế bất động sản, chẳng hạn như tôn giáo, giáo dục, từ thiện, vv tài sản, nhưng chỉ trên giá trị thị trường hơn $300.000 USD và ít hơn $50 triệu. • Một đánh giá đặc biệt bổ sung trên bề mặt bãi đỗ xe trả tiền trong giai đoạn 1 TDD ranh giới (không nhà để xe và bãi đỗ xe không miễn phí). Tốc độ tối đa cho việc đánh giá đặc biệt bổ sung vào bãi đỗ xe trả tiền mặt sẽ là $54,75 mỗi không gian trong một năm.

Hỏi đáp BẢNG NÀY ĐƯỢC BÁO CÁO CỦA THÀNH PHỐ KANSAS CITY, Missouri. VÀ CHỈ LÀ TÓM TẮT THÔNG TIN VỀ CHỦ ĐỀ NÀY. ĐỘC GIẢ CÓ THỂ cũng đề cập đến ĐƠN SẼ VỀ VỚI FILE JACKSON County Circuit Court vào cuối tháng cho một mô tả đầy đủ của TDD VÀ DỰ ÁN ĐỀ XUẤT VÀ NGUỒN THU.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LOCAL FUNDING TO EXPAND THE KANSAS CITY STREETCAR SYSTEM INTRODUCTION | The City of Kansas City, Mo. is planning an expansion of the new streetcar system. This FAQ sheet explains how construction and maintenance of the expanded system will be funded. The expanded streetcar system is expected to use a funding formula similar to the one used to construct the downtown streetcar line. This includes creating a new, larger Transportation Development District (TDD). The revenue formula plans to combine local taxes and assessments with federal and/or state funds and other non-TDD sources. The amount of non-TDD revenue will determine how far the expansion routes can be built in Phase 2.

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Would the proposed expansion of the streetcar line also be financed with a Transportation Development District

(TDD)?

A: Yes, in part. Phase 2 of the streetcar line (also known as NextRail KC) plans to be paid for with a combination of revenue from a new TDD (to pay for annual operating costs and approximately 40-50 percent of construction costs) and from federal and state funds and other non-TDD sources, including potential public-private partnerships.

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What are the boundaries of the Expansion TDD?

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The Expansion TDD would run from State Line Road on the west to I-435 on the east, with the Missouri River

as the northern boundary. The southern boundary is 89th Street from State Line Road to Ward Parkway; 85th Street from Ward Parkway to 71 Highway; and Gregory Boulevard east from 71 Highway.

Q: What are the revenue sources proposed for the Expansion TDD? A: The revenue sources for the Expansion TDD would be the similar to the Phase 1 TDD, a combination of a 1 percent sales tax within the entire boundary of the Expansion TDD and a special assessment on some, but not all, property.

Q: What happens to the Downtown Streetcar TDD?

A: If a new, larger TDD is created to finance the expanded streetcar system (the “Expansion TDD”), the existing Kansas City Downtown Streetcar TDD (the “Phase 1 TDD”) will be replaced by the Expansion TDD once Phase 2 is ready to proceed. The Expansion TDD will seek voter approval for the same sales tax and maximum special assessment rates as are currently being imposed by the Phase 1 TDD. Although voters may be asked to approve these revenue sources in November 2014, the Expansion TDD’s sales tax and special assessments would not begin until it is determined that Phase 2 has sufficient non-TDD funding to be viable. At that point, the revenue sources in the Phase 1 TDD would be replaced with the revenue sources from the Expansion TDD. Property owners in the Phase 1 TDD will not notice any difference. Their sales tax and special assessment will remain the same. 1

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Q: How would the special assessment work in the Expansion TDD?

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The special assessment would be applied at the same maximum rates as the Phase 1 TDD. However, not every

property in the Expansion TDD would pay a special assessment. In the Expansion TDD, it’s anticipated that only properties within a reasonable distance (up to approximately a half mile on either side of the streetcar line, with some exceptions) will pay the special assessment. Downtown properties that already pay special assessments under the Phase 1 TDD will continue to pay those assessments under the new Expansion TDD.

Q: How much would a special assessment cost? A:

The special assessment rates for the Expansion TDD would be no more than the maximum approved rate for

the Phase 1 TDD. Using those maximum permitted rates, below are examples of the annual special assessment for property that is subject to the assessment (the actual formula is outlined in the final answer of this FAQ sheet):

• For residential property: The special assessment would be $66.50/year for every $50,000 of

property market value (as determined by Jackson County); • For commercial property: The special assessment would be $1,536/year for every $1,000,000 of

property market value (as determined by Jackson County). Special assessments would also be imposed on property owned by the City, property owned by non-profit entities (property valued under $300,000 would be exempt), and surface pay parking lots.

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Will special assessments be paid by properties that have tax abatements?

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Yes. Special assessments are different than property taxes and tax abatement does not abate special assessments.

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How long will the assessments and taxes be in effect?

A: The sales tax has a 30-year sunset. The special assessment on property has a 25-year sunset. None of the TDD tax rates or assessments will go into effect unless the City secures enough federal and/or state matching funds to make the project work.

enue. If the court rules the petition to be proper, it will order an election. Creating and funding the Expansion TDD requires two public votes. The first vote, expected in August 2014, will ask voters to approve creating the Expansion TDD. The second vote, expected in November 2014, will ask voters to approve the specific revenue source, i.e., the sales tax and the maximum special assessment rates.

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A: A petition will be filed with the Jackson County Circuit Court. The petition will describe the proposed project to be undertaken, boundaries of the Expansion TDD, revenue sources and the maximum rates for each type of rev-

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Why are we starting now to create the ne w Expansion TDD if the expansions are not expected to be constructed until 2019?

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It is essential that a local funding source be in place when the federal government is considering the City ’s application. The City ’s intention is to apply for federal funding in early January 2015, and therefore the two Expansion TDD elections need to be completed before then. In order for the first question - to approve forming the Expansion TDD - to be on the Aug. 5, 2014 ballot, the court order authorizing that first election needs to be issued more than 10 weeks in advance, which would be May 27, 2014. To allow plenty of time for all necessary notices and legal procedures, it is necessary that the petition to form the Expansion TDD be filed around Jan. 24, 2014. If it becomes necessary during the court proceeding, it would be possible to make amendments to the petition, although this is not anticipated. This timeframe is important because the current leadership at the U.S. Department of Transportation is very supportive of transit funding for local projects like the expansion routes.

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What are the revenue sources and maximum rates that have been approved for the Phase 1 TDD?

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• A sales tax not to exceed 1 percent on sales within the Phase 1 TDD boundary • A special assessment on real estate within the Phase 1 TDD boundary, with maximum annual rates as follows:

• 48¢ for each $100 of assessed value for commercial property ($1,536 for each $1 million of market value)

• 70¢ for each $100 of assessed value for residential property ($266 for each $200,000 of market value) • $1.04 for each $100 of assessed value for property owned by the City (which would mean

a total annual City payment of about $810,000)

• 40¢ for each $100 of assessed value for real property exempt from property tax, such as religious, educational, charitable, etc. property, but only on market value more than $300,000 and less than $50 Million.

• A supplemental special assessment on surface pay parking lots within the Phase 1 TDD boundary

(not garages and not free parking lots). The maximum rate for the supplemental special assessment on surface pay parking lots will be $54.75 per space per year.

THIS FAQ SHEET WAS PREPARED BY THE CITY OF KANSAS CITY, MO. AND IS ONLY A SUMMARY OF INFORMATION ON THIS SUBJECT. READERS MAY ALSO REFER TO THE PETITION THAT WILL BE ON FILE WITH JACKSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT IN LATE JANUARY FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE TDD AND ITS PROPOSED PROJECT AND REVENUE SOURCES.

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CyCling with StreetCarS How bicyclists can safely share the road with streetcars

Streetcar tracks require special consideration from cyclists when riding near streetcar lines, cyclists should keep a safe distance from the tracks in order to prevent wheels from falling into spaces between rails. Cyclists must also maintain adequate space from parallel parked cars to avoid striking open car doors or pedestrians entering or exiting their vehicles.

Crossing streetcar tracks a cyclist may have to cross streetcar tracks in the following situations: • Making left-hand turns • Crossing tracks at intersections • Passing parked vehicles that protrude into the road Cyclists should make every effort to cross streetcar tracks at right angles. the most common streetcar-related bike crashes are from: • the front wheel sliding out from under cyclists on streetcar tracks • One or both wheels falling into streetcar tracks and getting stuck

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BIKES CROSS TRACKS AT RIGHT ANGLE

LOOK BOTH WAYS

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Making left turns across streetcar tracks: Cyclists should use special techniques when making a left hand turn in an intersection where streetcar tracks make a right hand turn. there are two main strategies for these situations: 1.

2.

“Vehicular” Left Turn: Similar to making a left turn in a car. Signal properly and scan for vehicles approaching from behind. Swing to the right in order to cross tracks at an adequate angle. when moving into the intersection, take special care to position your bicycle at an appropriate angle when crossing the second set of tracks. “Box” Left Turn: when a cyclist crosses through the intersection as if they were continuing straight, but stops at the crosswalk of the intersecting street. the cyclist then turns 90o and waits for a green light to continue on in the direction they are turning.

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WAIT!

Bicycles and streetcar construction Constructing a streetcar system does not happen over night. there will be months of phased construction and vehicle testing on streetcar alignments, now and in the future. For the safety of cyclists, motorists, and construction crews, everyone must pay close attention and follow all warning signs in live construction zones. Cyclists especially should stay informed of construction plans, plan bike trips in advance, and anticipate trouble spots.

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September 2013

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November 2013

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January 2014

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Topic Name: Independence Avenue - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Definitely through Columbus Park! Idea Detail: Highest ridership would result if the line went into RiverMarket and then through Columbus Park and onto Independence Blvd. There is greater community support on the west side of the Northeast so maybe a terminus at Prospect, Benton or Indiana would be better than all the way to Topping. It's a straight shot and could always be extended later! Idea Author: Jessica R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 39 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: I think if you truly want to connect the Northeast to Downtown the path that does that is through Columbus park. I see many advantages from an operational stand point for this alignment and I also see ease of ridership advantages to this route. | By Andrew R Idea Title: Reconnect the Neighborhoods the Interstate Divided Idea Detail: The route through Columbus Park is the best option. It is clearly connecting the old neighborhoods that were once unified, up till the installation of the interstate system. Looking at the design of the neighborhoods there is a clear understanding that they were laid out with the historic street cars in mind. Also this route would run right through Paseo and Independence Ave where there has been much talk of a potential major economic development. The views and the land make it prime real estate for any number of developments once HUD vacates Choutuea Courts, which it has said it plans on doing.

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This connection would also connect KCUMB (MO largest medical school) and bring transit options to the students that go there to connect easily to the ammenities downtown This line makes a system that form a single line from the NE to UMKC with the main street expansion line. A person can have a single seat ride from the NE to UMKC/Plaza.


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Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 29 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: You Want Ridership - You Want Independence Ave Idea Detail: Just spend an hour sitting at the bus stop on Independence Ave and Woodland and watch the buses. The thing you will notice very rapidly, full buses. The 24 line (along Independence Ave) is one of the heaviest ridership lines in KC to my understanding only surpasted up by the Max lines on main street and troost. Now that you see the full buses and the acceptance of public transportation in this area now look closely at the people inside. There are people from all walks of life. You have cultural diversity and income diversity. The NE is the melting pot of KC just look at the 2010 census data and you will see. In fact a map from http://demographics.coopercenter.org/DotMap/index.html, show just how diverse the NE compared to other areas of the KCMO area.

Number of Points 20 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: I want a streetcar on Independence Avenue! Idea Detail: I fully support the addition of a streetcar line to Independence Avenue and I would love for it to connect to the Main Street line in Columbus Park. I envision a line all the way down Independence Avenue connecting to a regional rail system at the eastern end in a Transit Hub where the current vacant Sheffield Steel building is located. I think it would be a wonderful economic development driver for the entire Historic Northeast! Idea Author: Katie G Number of Seconds 0

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Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Columbus Park route would add ridership Idea Detail: The population density of Columbus Park would provide a significant source of potential riders within walking distance of the line. The density along Admiral is much lighter. Since the "destinations" along the Admiral route are still uncertain, I recommend going the route that will be a source of riders instead. Idea Author: Jonathan H Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 17 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: It makes perfect sense for the street car to run from Columbus park eastward along Independence to Hardesty because the adjacent neighborhoods are densely populated along the entire route. This route will better connect the 40,000 plus Northeast District residents to the employment centers in and around downtown. In addition, Independence Avenue is one of the largest commercial corridors in the downtown area (long underutilized) and the street car will be a catalyst for badly needed redevelopment. The revitalization of this vital commercial corridor will benefit all of downtown and the surrounding residential communities. One last point. The route through Columbus Park and along Independence Ave. will adequately serve the connection needs for residents and businesses several blocks south including those on Admiral and beyond. | By Eric B Comment 2: I question the idea that Columbus Park would help Admiral, there's an entire Interstate in the way. Also, Columbus Park is half empty (give or take) and along Independence Ave has lost residents over the years. There's numerous boarded up buildings.

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Also, NE can't have 40K residents. the entire 4th district has 76K which includes downtown, all of the area south and east of I-29, which is near 100% occupied, and midtown as well. given that the area is dropping in population with every census, I'd guess the NE is closer to 20K | By Kevin C


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Idea Title: Independence Ave Done in Phases Idea Detail: I see this expansion line being completed in phases as the entire line is 4 miles. I see the most obvious terminus for a phase 1 of this expansion to be at Benton, making the 1st phase ~2 miles. This intersection is primed for economic development with store fronts that would make a great droping off point for people. It is also a large intersection ideal for a terminus for bidirectional streetcar system! In addition there is strong support for the streetcar in the Pendleton Heights and Columbus Park neighborhoods. These neighborhoods also tend to associate themselves with downtown more strongly than other neighborhoods in the NE. This lends its self to people that desire to be connected to downtown for jobs, ammentites, entertainment. While also enticing new residents with green space from parks and easy connection to Downtown. Idea Author: Andrew R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 14 Number of Comments 1

Idea Detail: the two segements are very close together looking at what's there already Columbus Park has tons of opportunities west of I-35. Admiral, not so much, it's already developed paseo industrial is better served by a 12th st line, as that goes down the middle of the area plus, east of I-35 they're so close it's not much difference I also like the better potential to connect Indep Ave into NKC with it's millions of square feet of blue collar jobs. Admiral would require a longer route for someone to get there. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0

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Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Admiral offers numerous infill opportunities inside the Loop as well as more areas between the interstate and The Paseo. The Independence Avenue route loses too much frontage to highways. Independence & Cherry thru Columbus Park borders Missouri 9 and the interstate the entire way, cutting development potential in half right off the bat. The other side of the route is almost fully developed with single family homes as well as Columbus Square Park. Assuming the jog is at Paseo, the addition of the intersection of Admiral & Paseo offers more development opportunities than Independence & Paseo alone. Admiral also offers a less meandering route into the heart of Downtown and neatly lines up with the station at 7th Street, where there is currently surface parking at all four corners of the intersection. | By James R Idea Title: Need to see connections. Idea Detail: how does this line connect to the starter line? I would love to see this fleshed out. because how the two lines connect would matter big, specifically if allowing seamless service if the second best standalone option means someone can hop on in the green segment in the map and get off down at the Plaza for work (like at St. Luke's), that's a far better choice than the perfect individual alignment where everyone has to transfer in the river market Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Concerns with Columbus Park

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Idea Detail: I'm not opposed to a Columbus Park alignment by any means, but I have concerns. My primary concern with the Columbus Park alignment stems from the fact that in the past the proposed alignment has been shown following Cherry/Independence along MO 9 and I-70. It looks like the NextRail map shows it going down Fifth to Charlotte, which is better but still has a park along two blocks and still loses a lot of frontage to the highways.


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I also like the idea of an Admiral alignment as a catalyst for the East Village area, which seems to be completely listless. A 12th Street route would obviously be the best for this, but barring that, Admiral would be the next best to get something moving there and in the Paseo West neighborhood. Idea Author: James R Number of Seconds 0

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Topic Name: Main Street - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: A case for staying on Main Idea Detail: simplicity and speed. less stops means more likely to use. a detour through a winding entertainment district would slow the train down. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 35 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Agree 100%. | By Matt N Idea Title: Stay on Main - Simplicity Wins Idea Detail: One of the biggest complaints I hear from non-transit riders when discussing it with them is that they system and routes are too complicated and convoluted for the casual rider to pick up. Staying on Main is as simple as it gets, offers many development opportunities and avoids getting bogged down in meanders through Westport. Idea Author: James R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 30 Number of Comments 1

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Comment 1: The potential for the blocks between the heavily-managed Westport and Plaza districts and Main Street will be ripe for development with a straight route. Imagine getting off on Main Street and actually having things of interest to see before you enter the confines of either special district? | By David J Idea Title: Off-board fare collection


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Idea Detail: Speed of the route is going to be a concern for riders, especially on Main Street. Will the streetcar offer off-board fare collection where people pay for their fare before boarding, significantly speeding up the boarding times? Idea Author: Kate C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 21 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Unlike a bus, streetcar onboard fare collection doesn't require driver intervention or even a completed transaction before the vehicle can start moving. Generally it's referred to as "proof of payment" -- all riders must simply have proof they paid a valid fare, instead of that being the barrier for entry into the vehicle. This also allows entry through the streetcars multiple doors. Seattle's streetcars have onboard fare machines, while Portland just instituted off-board machines. Off-board fare collection would be useful if it also applied to local buses, therefore spreading the cost of the machines out over multiple modes. | By David J

-Main alignment already passes within a few blocks of the important nodes and should provide great level of service as-is. -Potential for infill and economic development is best along Main. Broadway would probably experience some positive impact as well. This should go a long way to reconnect the existing pockets of walkability with a complete Midtown corridor. -Straight alignment is best for operation. It will ensure the least amount of confusion, most frequent headways, shortest trips and lower capital and operating cost. Idea Author: Eric B Number of Seconds 0

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Idea Detail: I think this one is so important that it needs another topic. Choose the Main St. alignment the whole way. Fight the urge to connect the nodes! Four main reasons:

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Number of Points 15 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: A case for Westport Idea Detail: Two words: grocery store. One of the MAJOR needs for a community. the alternate down Westport Rd to Mill to Broadway at the Plaza would be a major connection for the neighborhood with grocery ~2.5 block away Staying on Main it's 10 winding blocks away. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 4 Comment 1: Broadway/JC Nichols from 43rd to the Plaza offers essentially zero development opportunities, with Mill Creek Park on the east and St. Lukes and other built up areas on the west. Main Street has multiple parcels eligible for development or upgrade between 43rd and 45th, plus offers better access to KCAI, the Nelson-Atkins and surrounding areas. A +1 as well to the idea of more grocery stores east of Main. | By James R Comment 2: There are two smaller grocery stores right on Main (Thriftway and Nature's Own), more if you count Costco, CVS, and QuikTrip. Not everyone needs a suburban scale supermarket for their daily shopping. With streetcar, there would be a need for more smaller markets or bodegas that meet the needs of people on foot. | By David J Comment 3: It's going to take more than a streetcar line to get me into that Thriftway. | By Matt N Comment 4: If I'm a commuter, this is not a good route.

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Speaking as a midtowner, I'd much rather see more grocery stores built east of Main, rather than dragging the streetcar over to the one we currently have. We could build several grocery stores for the cost of looping the line over there. | By Matt N


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Idea Title: Westport + St. Luke's + Plaza + Nelson Idea Detail: This quatro is my favorite. On the map it would angle down Westport Road (stop 1 at Mill St), follow Washington/Broadway by St. Luke's (stop 2), have a stop at the corner of 47th (stop 3) turn down Clever to the Nelson (stop 4) and end up at UMKC (stop 5). it's a tight set of 5 stops with turns, but it would serve a large number of residences in that area, a grocery store, a university, a hospital and two tourist areas. the #1 goal is redevelopment the #2 goal is to connect people to places. there's very few development opportunities near the plaza so we should maximize the places connections Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2

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Comment 2: that's a good question to get answered. it's worth noting the private land you mentioned it currently owned by DST. | By Kevin C

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Comment 1: I'm not totally following. The connection between Westport Rd and Broadway/Washington would have to cut through some private parking lots (those streets don't connect), or cut down Mill St. on the west side of the Californo's building. | By Matt N

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Topic Name: Streetcar Opportunities and Challenges Idea Title: Relaxed Parking Requirements Idea Detail: Relaxing the number of parking spots required for new (and existing businesses) along the streetcar route will promote new development, encourage streetcar utilization, and improve the experience for pedestrians. Idea Author: Stephen H Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 34 Number of Comments 9 Comment 1: Just get rid of parking minimum requirements for new development. Already has happened for downtown loop. Expand this concept to other parts of the city. | By Eric B Comment 2: The streetcar people must build parking garages in River Market. Parking is already tough on the weekends. Many downtown workers will park free in River Market and ride the trolley to work to advoid paying parking lot fees. Very surprising that the planner have overlooked this so far. | By Authorized U Comment 3: There is no shortage of parking in River Market. Perhaps it will get a little tighter as development grows but there is no way we need more parking anywhere in the city. Also, the 3rd and Grand transit center is under study right now and will likely will eventually include some sort of Park and Ride facility. Currently there is a large free surface lot there, most of which will likely remain after streetcar is complete. It's never more than 50% full except for Saturday mornings. | By Eric B Comment 4: As a former resident of the area (granted late 90's/early 00's) parking was only tight on nice Saturday mornings and when they had concerts in the River Market - let's say 20 times a year. Accommodating a massive amount of parking for a couple times a year is a recipe for a boring city.

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Are there places in the River Market that someone can dump their car and leave it for 8/9 hours free of charge? It seems like a lot of work to drive almost all the way to work and jump on the streetcar, especially when the route is only 2 miles long. As the system expands, I can see the need for the endpoints perhaps needing


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more parking, but I think the system would have to be much more far-reaching. Especially initially, I think the streetcar will work best for residents and tourists, not commuters. Parking is tight in thriving areas, if parking is ample are bound to be in a place that is boring. It will be an incentive to use transit the next time. | By Michael M Comment 5: Agree with Matt - something we should be doing anyway in the urban core! | By Jessica R Comment 6: transit alone works for a dense city. for a commuter city a few select garages built along the line would better provide for the replacement of a large number of parking lots lost to new buildings. for the immediate few decades, the employees and customers of a new building are far more likely to commute to the area than to live along it. | By Kevin C Comment 7: Something we should be doing anyway. | By Matt N Comment 8: Something we should be doing this anyway. | By Matt N Comment 9: You do not need more parking if everyone arrives via streetcar! | By Gunnar H

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Idea Detail: Increase the reach of the streetcar with bike facilities and bike share stations. This would connect the streetcar lines to other activity centers and neighborhoods not served by streetcar. B-Cycle stations at or near streetcar stops could make streetcar transit possible for thousands of more Kansas Citians by bridging the first and last mile of travel.

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should arise, without hindering them. Idea Author: Mitchel L Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 21 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Plans must include dedicated bike lanes that do not cross the tracks. http://goo.gl/GfxHPS | By Authorized U Idea Title: delivery trucks Idea Detail: one challenge is delivery trucks. density reduces the amount of parking for big delivery trucks. I would look into implementing delivery vehicle only parking rules for areas along transit lines. taxis already have one that does the same idea Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 19 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Increased Neighborhood Safety Idea Detail: With a streetcar running through your neighborhood, you can assume that means more people will be walking to and from the line. An increase of people on the street means an increase of vigilance in these neighborhoods, which will deter all kinds of crime. I'll bet if someone completed a study of crime in a neighborhood pre and post fixed-route transit, the crime rates will have dropped.

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Number of Points 19 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: That's what you call "eyes on the street"... | By Gunnar H Idea Title: Ban specific business parking Idea Detail: to drive density you can't have every parking lot dedicated to a single destination. parking will need to become ever more shared. ban for two blocks along the line any single use commercial parking lot. they all become free to use. look at a suburban Target. The parking lot is ideally the same size at the maximum carrying capacity of the business. In the real world you never reach this level. 100% for a business is some percentage of the number of spots available. This isn't the case in an urban environment. Dedicated parking only hurts. A restaurant is peak in the evening and weekends. A bank is peak on the weekday. Both building less parking and sharing it means less cost for both.

Number of Points 16 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Shared parking is a great concept. Why have one lot for a retail store with predominant day users and a seperate one for a movie theatre with predominantly night users. We should also put into place parking maximums along the routes. | By Gunnar H Idea Title: Let events spread out Idea Detail: There's a number of events which are currently parking limited 1. they only have so much parking nearby 2. maintaining access to parking limits the event size

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The Plaza Art Fair could become a world class draw except it's already maxed out. It's become wall to wall people in recent years. The space the event has is limited by maintaining access to garages around it. The fair could potentially expand out to more streets, reducing the stress and even growing in the number of booths, if this need was reduced. There's opportunities to hold more events if needing to worry about parking is reduced. The Cyclovia on Main St is a good example where access drives the event. KC Shakes could easily up scale in size if transit served the front door. The area surrounding Southmoreland Park is maxed on parking on those nights, which is unfair to residents. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 12 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Is there already a bus system in KC? | By Authorized U Idea Title: Ownership of land and density, and tax discounts Idea Detail: One of the challenges is how to "push" land owners to build denser and improve the tax base. I dislike penalties, so I suggest looking at discounts to one's property tax A discount on height could help. Give a property owner a discount for each inhabitable story There could be a discount based on the percentage of building that's right at the sidewalk to encourage urban development with parking behind A notable discount for making one's lot or garage into public free parking Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0

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Comment 1: These types of incentives are a great component of any Transit-Oriented (TOD) overlay district. | By Gunnar H Idea Title: Hills Idea Detail: one of the challenges midtown KC has are hills the placement of stops needs to account for where these hills are. like putting a stop uphill of the plaza is less likely to get utilized than one on the same level as the plaza, even if otherwise it seems a better location Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 10 Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: While grades are a challenge in Kansas City, even the Main Street hill into the Country Club Plaza has an acceptable grade for a streetcar. Generally speaking, 9% is the

Comment 3: The 12th Street Viaduct was originally built for a streetcar. | By Gunnar H Idea Title: First mile parking Idea Detail: there's multiple access choke points to get to jobs around downtown, midtown, etc. i.e. the Broadway and I-35 ramp is important for access to Johnson County. these choke points are contenders for parking garages. notice how Minneapolis builds big garages at their bus rapid line stops this means car to train transfer considerations need to be included for stops and a line should be built to get close to any many of these choke points as possible.

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new development is going to be partially contingent on existing users having a place to park from further out past the end of a line otherwise imagine the thousands of cars from the suburbs that won't stop at the first mile and will drive in the same lanes as the train, simply adding to congestion. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 8 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Coordinate Land Use with Streetcar Lines Idea Detail: Transit-Oriented Development is a very complicated zoning overlay/district. They require significant public input and the process takes time to develop, build-consensus and implement. In order to make the positive neighborhood transformation and economic development impacts we hope to bring with a streetcar, the proper land use policies must be in place. Idea Author: Gunnar H Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 1

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Comment 1: That's kind of a general statement. Ideally there should be some strategy for the route and where it runs through. Certain stops will act as a connecter and have the right kind of land uses (starbucks, walgreens, etc.) and other stops will serve as activators. Neighborhood specific plans should be implemented for each of the regions first. Then as the land use policies are being amended the transit agency should have a shuttle service mimicking the streetcar route to see the impacts of the service and how the land use policies compliment that service. Once the data is gathered planners can estimate how long it'll take for a neighborhood to "turnover" into a more positive transformation. As well with the service, it'll be more attractive and allow the city some leverage when negotiating with business and developers building in the streetcar corridor. | By Alan H


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Topic Name: Stop Locations and Route End Points Idea Title: Nelson Atkins Idea Detail: instead of following Brookside directly from the Plaza to UMKC, a turn to Oak could be hugely beneficial. Clever to Oak to 51st could be a worthwhile path at the southern end of the segment Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 29 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: UMKC and Potential Whole Foods Store Idea Detail: Connecting the UMKC Volker Campus to Downtown and Connecting the Community to the Potential Whole Foods Store.

Number of Points 26 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64112 Idea Title: Liberty Memorial Idea Detail: block left turns onto Warwick or Main. Get rid of 27th between Grand and Main. realign Grand to align directly with Memorial Drive and at less of a sharp angle. This gives better car access to a key attraction and cuts a street light in this area

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Liberty Memorial. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 21 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Stadiums Idea Detail: With New Express bus in WYCO from Downtown KCMO to the Legends and a streetcar line to Arrowhead/Kauffman we can create a culture of taking transit to sporting events from Downtown, then coming back downtown to celebrate after. Everyone, as supporters of the teams, celebrating together instead of fighting through road rage with each other after events. Idea Author: Mitchel L Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 19 Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: Good point. Perhaps the streetcar would go to the current planned end point and shuttle buses could pick up the few remaining miles on event days? | By Mitchel L Comment 2: Love it, because it supports a 31st Street line really well. Does the length of travel from Main St. to the TSC mean we're looking at a different type of vehicle? Is this even worth worrying about for +/-100 events per year? | By Matt N Comment 3: Good point. Perhaps the streetcar would go to the current planned end point and shuttle buses could pick up the few remaining miles on event days? | By Mitchel L

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there's the space to build a notable waiting area. I could see this spot being a good place to put a contracted food booth of some kind, a small welcome center with brochures or similar NB ??? Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 18 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 43rd and Main Idea Detail: this is reasonably close to St. Luke's Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0

Idea Title: Linwood and Main Idea Detail: the Main St line stop the SB stop should be at the existing MAX stop. this makes sense already for placement the NB stop should be on the side closer to Home Depot Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 17 Number of Comments 0

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Idea Title: UKMC west Idea Detail: 51st and Oak this swings by the Stowers institute. it points track towards Troost it better serves the university than being on Brookside it goes right by a brand new parking garage for park and ride Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 17 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Martini Corner Idea Detail: Supports existing businesses at a popular entertainment area. Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 15 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64108 Idea Title: 40th and Main Idea Detail: this spot has good Westport access while is better centered for pedestrian access to the east

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Number of Points 14 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Waldo Idea Detail: 75th & Wornall Idea Author: Melissa M Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 14 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: Yes, it would require another phase, but it is a positive for the north south line to UMKC that there is another viable neighborhood along that axis. | By Michael M

Idea Detail: A stop along the stretch of Southwest Blvd between I-35 and the rail bridge would give visitors access to the many restaurants, businesses, and galleries in the area while also serving the Westside community. Idea Author: Leandra B Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 13 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64108

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Idea Detail: heart of the arts district can turn the triangle of land into a real usable park Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 12 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 31st and Troost multimodal transit center Idea Detail: Logical connection point to the heavily traveled Troost MAX. 3100 block of Troost has excellent eco dev potential. Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 12 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64109 Idea Title: Brookside Esplanade Idea Detail: First, the streetcar should continue from UMKC to at least Waldo along the old trolley right of way. Then as it approaches Brookside, the two block gap and dangerous crossing across Meyer should be corrected to encourage new mixed-use development in the charchter of Brookside, build structured parking to alleviate currnent congestion, and transform surface parking lots into a fabulous esplanade/trail/outdoor market area.

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Number of Comments 0 Address: 64113 Idea Title: Westport Rd. and Broadway Idea Detail: Have the Main line swing over to Westport and go down Broadway/J.C. Nichols Parkway to the Plaza Idea Author: Zach F Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 11 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64111

Idea Author: Zach F Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 11 Number of Comments 0 Address: 66103 Idea Title: Boulevard Brewery

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Idea Author: Zach F Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 11 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64108 Idea Title: 5th and Oak Idea Detail: is centered on more existing buildings. lines up better with Columbus Park Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 11 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 18th and McGee Idea Detail: halfway between Grand and Oak halfway between means safer for transit. closer to bike share than Grand Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 11 Number of Comments 0

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Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 10 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 18th and Paseo Idea Detail: access to the Parade. downtown is short on parks. this has potential to become used more Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 9 Number of Comments 0

Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 9 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Hospital Hill Idea Detail: why does a 31st/Linwood line have to connect at Main and 31st? follow Pershing around the Gillham and cover more of the area west of Troost

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Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 9 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 36th and Main Idea Detail: this is reasonably close to the Broadway/Valentine shopping center there's also a lot of existing density around this intersection Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 8 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Indep Ave and Chestnut Idea Detail: there's jobs in the east bottoms. this would be a major transfer point Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 8 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 31st & The Paseo Idea Detail: Transit connection with ATA.

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Number of Points 8 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64109 Idea Title: Rainbow Blvd and SW Blvd Idea Detail: According to KCK's plan for Southwest Boulevard, Rainbow and SWBLVD is designated as the corridor's transit hub. Check out the redevelopment plan for this node on pages 68-69. http://rosedale.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/9-27sw_merriamcorridor_masterplan_final.pdf Idea Author: Zach F Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7

Idea Title: Segments Idea Detail: Does it make sense to build portions of multiple lines? Like if getting 31st, Indep Ave and 12th to connect to Troost, would that spur more redevelopment than picking just a single line and taking it further? Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: That does make sense, unless there's some logical end point to extend to

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Idea Title: 5th and Charlotte Idea Detail: centered on two redevelopment areas, one planned, on future better location for more of Columbus Park Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 5th and Wyandotte Idea Detail: for Columbus Park line ending double track from Cherry to just past Wyandotte on 5th Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 29th and SW Blvd Idea Detail: brewery access (jobs and tourism) plus 29th is direct neighborhood access Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7

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Idea Title: 12th and Grandq Idea Detail: Sprint Center, other side of P&L from Main future access for development on lots 10th to 13th Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Westside Swing Idea Detail: What if a street car line went down into the West Bottoms, then swung south parallel to I-35 and then down the SW Boulevard route? West Bottoms won't take much of a line to connect, but the hill is so steep it will be popular, then just send it down SW Boulevard! Idea Author: Mitchel L Number of Seconds 0

Address: 64108 Idea Title: 12th and Central Idea Detail: one block walking to Bartle Hall. less likely to block existing car access to hotels, Wyandotte is a more notable car street for that. if someone is in one of those hotels they're already in walking distance to Bartle Hall and Main. this stop is closer to the undeveloped lot on 12th, the Catholic Church Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0

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Number of Points 5 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 31st and Charlotte/Campbell Idea Detail: Good population density and existing commercial buildings in this stretch of 31st. There should be a stop somewhere between Gillham and Troost, and either one of these intersections would work. Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 5 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64109 Idea Title: Paseo Blvd (35th St to 47th St) to the Plaza Idea Detail: It could go from Main St to East on Armour Blvd, South on Paseo Blvd, and West on Cleaver II Blvd going back to Main St going to the Plaza or UMKC. Armour Blvd has a lot of housing and so does Paseo Blvd. Cleaver II Blvd has retail, fast food restaurants, and other businesses with nearby housing. Idea Author: Derron P Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 5 Number of Comments 2

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35th St Stops: Main St, Warwick Blvd*, Gillham Rd, Holmes St, Troost Ave, Tracy Ave* and/or Virginia Ave*. There needs to be plenty of room to put a stop at Armour & Paseo and have the streetcar go West and South even if street parking is removed. Paseo Stops: 35th St, 37th St, 39th St, 41st St, 43rd St, 46th St, 47th St. The only problem would be the hill at 39th & Paseo which should be able to work. 47th St Stops: Paseo Blvd, Tracy Ave, Troost Ave, Rockhill Rd*, Oak St, Main St. The streetcar could loop around the Plaza MAX stop. * = It depends. | By Derron P Comment 2: Route 54-Armour/Paseo had a total ridership of 1,180 per weekday before the Metro2012 route changes in July 2012 and Route 53-Armour/Swope Parkway was interlined with Route 54 having a total ridership of 1,060 per weekday. They both duplicated each other from Downtown KCMO to Armour Blvd between Gillham Rd and Paseo Blvd but served the same area to Cleaver II Blvd. Route 35-35th Street didn't appear to affect both routes because it didn't go Downtown but still comes right behind Route 54 going westbound.

Idea Title: 12th and Liberty Idea Detail: right at the edge of the growing art/antiques area Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: But is this location the best for tying into KCK transit? What about the future of Kemper? Could that change make it a more suitable location for a transit point? | By Mitchel L

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Route 53 (Discontinued) http://www.kcata.org/documents/uploads/53Proposal.pdf Route 54 http://www.kcata.org/documents/uploads/54Proposal.pdf Route 35 http://www.kcata.org/documents/uploads/35Proposal.pdf | By Derron P

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Idea Title: Government, 12th and Locust Idea Detail: this puts a stop in between four government buildings Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Indep Ave and Virginia Idea Detail: good connection to people and jobs Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 16th and Wyandotte Idea Detail: take the 18th St line on 16th west of Main. serve the Kauffman center directly. this also puts a stop next to the arts garage Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0

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Idea Title: 31st & Indiana Idea Detail: Central High School Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64128 Idea Title: SVN Charter School Idea Detail: Easy access to charter school for nearby kids. Intersection of Brooklyn & Independence would be a natural stop along this route anyway - includes a stoplight and park space. Idea Author: Jessica R

Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64124 Idea Title: VA Center Idea Detail: If a line goes to the stadiums a stop near the VA center would be smart. this could connect to existing or new bus service Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3

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Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 12th and Pennslyvania Idea Detail: right at a very empty part of downtown Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Bluford Branch Idea Detail: 31st and Prospect stop would support the branch library and several businesses at that intersection. Good amount of economic activity there, along with a high concentration of current transit users. Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64128 Idea Title: 31st and Brooklyn Idea Detail: Same idea as the stop at Woodland, but with the benefit that the area around this intersection is more densely settled.

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Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64109 Idea Title: 12th and Holmes Idea Detail: East Village stop Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 2 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 12th and Woodland Idea Detail: lots of empty land to redevelop

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Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 31st and Woodland Idea Detail: Corner has good development potential. M&M Bakery has been there for years. Intersection at Woodland and Highland have vacant commercial buildings that could be reused. Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 1 Number of Comments 0 Address: 64109 Idea Title: 18th & Baltimore Idea Detail: The heart of the Crossroads and near the offices of dozens of startup companies. Idea Author: Jessica R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Address: 1800 Baltimore Ave 64108, United States Idea Title: Crossroads to 18th & Vine to the Plaza

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Idea Detail: The 18th Street area that serves the Crossroads East/Crossroads Arts District, KCATA - The Metro, Full Employment Council, and 18th & Vine Jazz District is underserved with little to no bus service. It is one of the main East-West streets with housing and businesses mostly being served by North-South bus routes. Paseo Blvd is one of the main North-South streets with housing and businesses mostly being served by East-West bus routes.


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II Blvd to 47th & Main on the Plaza. The link for my original idea is below. http://ideas.nextrailkc.com/stop-locations-and-route-end-points/paseo-blvd-35th-st-to-47th-stto-the-plaza Idea Author: Derron P Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

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Topic Name: Country Club Right-of-Way - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Back In Place Idea Detail: I think putting the streetcar back into place on the trolley trail is a no-brainer. I personally run on the trail so yes, it would be sad to not be able to do that any longer but exercise can be done anywhere and the benefits of the streetcar coming to Brookside far outweigh the negative. There is already a problem with parking in the Brookside shopping area, so let's get a parking garage built there (that is sympathetic to the Olde English architectural charm of the area). I suppose there wouldn't be as much of a need for parking if you could take the streetcar there though. I think the line should end at 75th or 85th but no further unless there is a demand down the road for it. Waldo and Brookside were built around the streetcar and we deserve to have it back! Idea Author: Bryan E Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 25 Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: The trail stays, period. Multiple sources in multiple roles have been saying they will keep the trail in some form along side the streetcar. Sean, theoretically, the streetcar would travel through the small parking lots behind the Roasterie, and the Brooksider, etc. That is all still part of the Country Club Right of Way. The parking is leased by businesses. Sure, some business owners have concerns about loss of parking, but there are some small solutions to that as well, such as the street in front of Julian. It has angled parking on the northbound side, and parallel on the southbound. Make it a one way heading north and put angle parking on both sides. I walked it and figured you could gain 10 spaces there. | By Bradley W Comment 2: Where would the streetcar line run once the trolley trail stops at 62nd Street by Cosentino's until it starts back up again at Meyer? | By Seรกn K

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Comment 3: the ROW runs right through the parking lots to connect to the trail at Meyer. if they're used is part of the question. it would be simpler and cheaper but disruptive to replace the lots. you also have to account for going behind homes north of 62nd and how does that come into play | By Kevin C Idea Title: Back and forth


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Idea Detail: The segments north of 59th make perfect sense for dedicated use. it's wider, allowing for a trail too. at 59th, cut back onto Brookside. this segment is tight and it goes behind homes. it also bypasses a large section of parking and the tennis courts then at Meyer follow the corridor again until Gregory. at that point, it becomes commercial and move back to being street running Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: I lived in Brookside when the streetcar lines took up both parking lots on 63rd St between Brookside Plaza and Brksd Blvd, and cut across 63rd St traffic in the block between those streets. There were a lot of overhead lines that made it look like an industrial area. That area of 63rd St was just a congested mess trafficwise. It made Brookside so much prettier snd easier to navigate when the streetcars stopped running. Traffic is a lot heavier now. I can't

Idea Title: South of 77th Idea Detail: I like the idea of sticking to Wornall until the end of the retail section at 85th at a minimum at this point put in the stubs of tracks to go east and south if it doesn't go further than this initially Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

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traffic light? Which would look very awkward. Why do we need to make all tthe drastic changes a streetcar would require? What does a streetcar offer that a bus does't? Are we going to destroy our lovely green spaces (and a big chunk of the parking space in Waldo and Brookside) so people can debate whether to take a bus or a streetcar from Waldo to the Plaza? ? | By Susan E

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Topic Name: Connecting to the Starter Line on Independence Avenue Idea Title: It should connect in River Market through Columbus Park Idea Detail: I think we answered a similar question in an earlier round of topics. The overwhelming answer was that it should connect in RiverMarket and come through Columbus Park and East on Independence. This would give easy access to the maintenance facility. Idea Author: Jessica R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 22 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: The Concept of a Single Seat Ride

Also the need to connect Columbus Park to the rest of the system is huge as both PH and Columbus Park have large populations ready to utilize the streetcar. Idea Author: Andrew R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 9 Number of Comments 3

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minimize or eliminate hurdles (transfers). For me a streetcar that operates on Main street with continued service onto Independence is the greatest potential by removing the hurdle of a transfer. Getting on a streetcar at Benton/Independence and riding it all the way to Plaza/UMKC and beyond is huge but also for people coming to the NE it is easy for them to come explore the NE and enjoy the international resturants and shops. If the streetcar goes down Admiral there are big development possiblities, I grant you that, but it would create a need to transfer onto the main street line and possible decrease the number of people desiring to come and explore the NE.

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Comment 1: Having a single-seat ride from Benton to UMKC would be great, but it's just as important to complete a trip along Independence Avenue without having to transfer. That means going at least to Hardesty, and preferably to Wilson Road. | By Ron M Comment 2: These proposals are not what is before us, or am I totally unaware? There are only three routes being voted on as of now. Help me... | By Charlotte R Comment 3: Best idea I heard thus far. | By Dennel W Idea Title: columbus park to admiral Idea Detail: I think a hybrid option works. firstly, this line will need to be built to limit the amount of track needed to connect northward and maximize areas served. this means it has go through Columbus Park. take 3rd to Charlotte and turn south with a stop around 5th or Missouri. this will maximize it's effectiveness inside the neighborhood without adding a lot of length. follow Charlotte under I-70 south to Admiral with a stop at the turn. this hits the NE downtown area which has potential, the housing cluster of towers and hotel, follow Admiral with a stop near Virginia, turn north at Woodland with a stop for KCUMB and then onto Indep Ave. this helps avoid two notable interstate intersections also. with a less major street segment it could potentially get dedicated lanes on Admiral and reaches more areas that can be redeveloped Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 4 Comment 1: also, to Charlotte. this is about Indep Ave. what's that have to do with Brookside | By Kevin C Comment 2: FYI- this line would go *next* to Aldi's

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lost according to Nextrail and the city counselors. The street car must stop at every intersection, with the cars. The street car is 78 feet long, 12 feet high, and 9-10 feet wide. As I understand they do not take bikes on board, but I could be off on that. 300 parking spaces will be lost at Brookside, Sutherlands and Waldo. And the cost is $600 million, six hundred million dollars and counting. No trees, big street cars, noisy and vibrating, no parking for shoppers at Brookside, Waldo. Don't forget the huge amount of overhead electrical wiring above the road, and along side of it looped from pole to pole. Tax assessment for everyone owning property within one half mile of the track, said assessment for 25 long years. And don't forget the additional, new, one cent added sales tax. AND non-profits will be paying, also. Boy....a bike trail would seem to be so much easier!! | By Charlotte R Comment 4: Sounds good but is this what is before the City Council and before the Judge? At

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Topic Name: Streetcar Stop Locations Idea Title: 55th street Idea Detail: I ride the Main street Max and there are not enough riders past that point. KC residents do not use public transportation enough to sacrifice the Trolley Trail which is always busy, day and night. Idea Author: Sandy J Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 12 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Fed/Liberty Memorial Idea Detail: realign Grand and 27th into a single intersection, align it with memorial and put a good pedestrian setup into southern crown center. this makes for one less intersection to deal with for drivers and the train. It makes for a hot spot stop as well for jobs and tourism and there's empty lots open for redevelopment Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 10 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 18th & Vine Idea Detail: 18th & Vine makes sense. And finance it with real estate tax increase on properties in the area and raise sales taxes.

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Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Independence Ave Idea Detail: 5th and Grand, 5th and Harrison, Indy and Tracy, Indy and Maple, Indy and Brooklyn, Indy and Prospect, Indy and Chestnut Idea Author: Andrew R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 0

Idea Author: Tom K Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 5 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: More stops = more economic development per mile. Given the high capital cost and goals to transform neighborhoods, I'd expect the same amount of stops as MAX (at least between Plaza and Union Station). South of the Plaza, the existing streetcar retail nodes (51st, 55th, 59th, 63rd, Gregory, 75th) should definitely be stops to allow easier integration of mixed use into the neighborhoods.

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Idea Detail: The streetcar needs to keep moving to minimize travel time. The Main Street MAX requires 45 minutes to travel from Waldo to City Market, and the streetcar would do well if it could do the same. It is perfectly reasonable for the starter line stops to be spaced every other block as that part of the city is rather dense, but for the extension lines, the stops should be spaced at a minimum distance of five blocks, if not further, to keep the travel times reasonable. In my opinion, shorter travel times would encourage more ridership, even if it meant walking an extra block or two to get to a streetcar stop or destination. .

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Topic Name: A Bike and a Streetcar Idea Title: The Complete Street Idea Detail: When the streetcar goes in to these streets we should look at these streets as blank canvases and not how to squeeze a streetcar in. Dedicated bike lanes to minimize bike and rail interactions would be awesome for bikers. In addition we should look at dedicated bike lanes not only on the routes but ones that feed down to the streetcar lines. These feeder bike lanes from the surrounding neighborhoods would create a large area to draw people from, as people could ride from their home to the streetcar and from the streetcar to their destination. People are willing to bike farther than walk and by increasing the servicable area for the streetcars with bike lanes off the routes you will increase ridership. As many will tell you bike lanes are far less expensive than rails and is an cost effective way to increase the area, usage, and impact of the streetcar for the urbancore of Knasas City. We are getting the best streetcars for level loading why not leverage that fact. Idea Author: Andrew R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 12

Comment 2: I am all for extensive bike trails in Kansas City. However,....ta da....I understand that street cars do not allow bikes to be transported on them. As most information coming out of Nextrail about the street cars is vague, possibly you can do some investigation about this. The buses, already there, and unused, take bikes. This $600 million dollar..six hundred million dollars...seems a high price to pay if the street cars have to stop at every intersection, where there will be red gates similar to railroad crossings..it's the law.Therefore S L O W travel. Nextrail admits we will lose the trees on Brookside and the Trolley Trail areas to make room for the electrical overhead power lines and poles that run all along the route. They estimate 300

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Comment 1: I've read that the streetcars that they bought for downtown are bike ready. Total lack of insight if not. I also don't think the streetcar has to stop at every light. On street, there are only a couple of lights from plaza to be brookside. If it went off the street, you could time the crossings so that the street car didn't have to stop at every intersection, making it faster. The problem with the buses is that they only run every hour in the evening and weekends, which limits their usefulness. The estimations on the street car are based on every 20 min which is already an improvement. Based on what I've read, they are cheaper to run, last longer, and don't have emissions like buses and cars. | By DUSTIN U

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parking spaces will be lost in Brookside, at Sutherlands, and at the Waldo area. Those parking spaces are the property of the CCROW or we know it as the Trolley Trail Easement. Then there is the tax assessment to be paid for anyone owning property within one- half mile either side of the streetcar. That assessment is for twenty-five years. Add to that a new, additional 1 cent sales tax. Sounds like more due diligence is in order. Have a good one. | By Charlotte R Idea Title: Of Course It Would! Idea Detail: Although neighbors in the urban core are proactively improving safety and security in their immediate enclaves, the reality is, I (and many other women) don't always feel safe biking or walking through spotty areas of town to get to more settled parts of the city. A streetcar will definitely allow us all more incentive to confidently and freely move about the city. Idea Author: Linda F Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Please get better informed about the street car extension into the Brookside/Waldo areas. First of all, the Nextrail website has a 370 page document full of information. It states the trees along the Trolley Trail and Brookside will be lost. The parking lots at Brookside, Sutherlands and Waldo area will be taken. Those parking lots belong to the CCROW (Country Club Right of Way, also known as the Trolley Trail). We will be losing approximately 300 parking spaces. Where are we going to park? The requirement of electric poles and overhead electric lines to run the street car are unslightly. The street car itself is 78 feet long, 12 feet high, and 9-10 ft. wide. The street car MUST stop at every intersection and at those intersections there will be gates, similar to railroad crossing gates.

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So, let's review...Kill the trees, retain the trolley trail but tear it up so there is room for the street car, then reinstall. Install a huge infrastructure of electrical wiring and supports,(in place of the trees) and the ride on this street car will take LONGER than the cars. Add to that $600 million dollar debt, for 25 years, an additional sales tax of 1 cent for everyone in the corridor. Personally, if I didn't want to drive, I would ride the existing bus. The cost on so many levels is just too high. Thanks! | By Charlotte R Idea Title: Restoring connections


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Idea Detail: So many neighborhoods are penned in by freeways, which aren't going away. Streetcar could restore connections by providing a safe, clean, and quiet ride for people who don't want to (or can't) drive from point to point. Idea Author: David J Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Pedestrian Friendly Development Standards and Bike Lanes Idea Detail: First consider the street and streetscape. Add bike lanes on streetcar streets and on bike routes that intersect streetcar lines. Create a safer, more comfortable pedestrian environment with highly visible crosswalks, street trees and automatic pedestrian traffic signals. Add bike share stations to all streetcar stops. And change the dynamic of street performance measurement by quantifying the quality of life a street brings rather than number of cars.

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in the "missing teeth" with front doors, not driveways. Let's get some windows and "eyes on the street". Let's get some development standards in place that make these streetcar routes the best they can be.

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too. | By DUSTIN U Idea Title: major connections Idea Detail: focus on the major intersections and crossings. people are good at finding routes if the major barriers are broken. this means improving modot intersections, adding bike lanes, more marked crosswalks mid-block in busy areas with long stretches between lights and such one good example is 14th St. it's a good direct route from Main to the westside with very little grade for KC. but try and go west of Broadway. it's one way the wrong direction and the bridge over I-35 is horrible for bikers. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Good idea. I just learned of a great methodology for this on a webinar yesterday from the Mineta Transportation Institute. The project mapped San Jose's street network based on a traffic stress index. The spectrum ranged from so easy a kid could do it to no-way no how for even the most intrepid. Map only the streets that land on the medium-low end of the spectrum and suddenly it's very clear where your gaps are. This view reveals several islands of reasonable bikeability disconnected by small gaps in the network. Here's a link: http://transweb.sjsu.edu/PDFs/research/1005-low-stress-bicycling-networkconnectivity.pdf | By Eric B Idea Title: yes, definitely.

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Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: First off, I moved to Brookside for the walk ability and not for the annoying parking spaces that ruin the trail. Now would be a good time to move them. Also, it may not be an issue if the line runs on the street. As far as the trees, they state that as a concern and note moving and/or planing new ones out of the way as options. If the street car is on the street the crossings are also less of an issue. There are positives and negatives to running on street vs off street, but that's what these forums are for, discussing ideas. | By DUSTIN U Comment 2: Please get better informed about the street car extension into the Brookside/Waldo areas. First of all, the Nextrail website has a 370 page document full of information. It states the trees along the trolley trail and Brookside will be lost. The parking lots at Brookside Sutherlands and Waldo area will be taken. Those parking lots belong to the CCROW (Country Club Right of Way, or also known as the Trolley Trail).Losing approximately 300 parking spaces. Where are YOU going to park? The requirement of electric poles and overhead electric lines to run the street car are unslightly. The street car itself is 78 feet long, 12 feet high, and 9-10 ft. wide. The street car MUST stop at every intersection and at those intersections there will be gates, like for railroad crossing gates. So, let's review...Kill the trees,

Comment 3: There are buses that run continually. Why not use what is available, that will not cost $600 million, that will remove the trees up and down Brookside. Have you seen what the area will REALLY look like with all the electrical overhead lines? Ugly. And federal funding is reserved for blighted areas for revitalization and investment. Do you really think Brookside is blighted? No, me either. We should use what we have and refuse to spend the money when our schools are not accredited, our water and sewer lines are 100 years old. Other than that, it's a good idea... | By Charlotte R

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of electrical wiring and supports,(in place of the trees) and the ride on this street car will take LONGER than the cars. Add to that $600 million dollar debt, for 25 years, an additional sales tax of 1 cent for everyone in the corridor. Personally, if I didn't want to drive, I would ride the existing bus. | By Charlotte R

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Topic Name: 31st Street / Linwood Boulevard - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Two turns in the line could make a huge difference Idea Detail: The Gillham jog is appealing. It'd pick up Children’s Mercy, Ronald McDonald House, Truman Med, UMKC Dental, and Hallmark. There would be the added cost of a separate set of tracks between Union Station and 31st/Linwood, instead of piggybacking on tracks for the Main St extension. But it'd create a hotspot of streetcar access between Gillham and Main, drive development east into Longfellow, and could lead to the infill of vacant lots on Gillham. That would transform a dead stretch of Gillham into a model street. On the 31st/Linwood alignment, there’s merit to taking the line east on 31st to Troost, turning it south 1 block on the 3100 block of Troost, then taking it east on Linwood. It picks up redevelopable commercial space on 31st and residential buildings on Linwood. These two turns in the line would make for a better streetcar SYSTEM. Running the line out 31st and back on Linwood seems like a huge waste of resources. We’d be building two streetcar lines a block apart. Idea Author: Matt N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 10 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: This line would also get near to the Beacon Hill redevelopment, a hot pocket of the city. Plus, Gillham Road in this area is far more redevelopment potential than along Main with a park, Crown Center and the Federal Reserve. It fits the #1 goal of driving new development and new business moreso than staying on Main | By Kevin C Comment 2: +1 | By Matt N Idea Title: SW Blvd to 31st

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extend past a business district, to the community college, by a park and connect to Main, potentially to a 31st St line. the combination could sell better than Linwood vs 31st line individually. Stick to 31st there and connect someday to SW Blvd.

Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Looking at Linwood Idea Detail: One reason I'd be inclined to consider Linwood over 31st is that the latter seems to be gaining momentum on its own and will further benefit from the current residential expansion in Union Hill. Linwood is sort of floundering along right now, dominated by big box development and blight, really. There's a lot of under-utilized parcels that can be redeveloped and historic buildings like the one at Gillham are ripe with potential. A streetcar could allow for densification of the big box development at Main. Linwood just feels overly wide too, whereas 31st is a comfortable section.

Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: True, Linwood is overly wide. But you could fix that with a road diet. There are only two historic buildings that I can think of on Linwood between Main and Gillham, and I'd hate to drag the line over just for that. It would be nice for 911 Linwood to be redeveloped, but that hinges more on the Hyde Park neighborhood board than a streetcar. Regardless, I think I can guess where the alignment will be, with Jim Glover on the city council. | By Matt N Idea Title: Extending Linwood Route to the West? Idea Detail: If you're not set on single-seat trips from east Linwood to Downtown, then extending the line west of Main to Penn Valley CC also has merit. There are large swaths of vacant land south of the college. I know KC Life may be an issue, but I think it needs to be

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looked at. A direct link to the east side would provide a valuable connection to the college from residents there and perhaps encourage future students to live along the line. A western mixeduse anchor to the line may also encourage development on SW Trafficway and bring about the transition of it from a traffic sewer to a real street again. Idea Author: James R Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: KC Life would happily pay to tear down any structure in the city for any reason! Just ask! | By Bradley W Comment 2: Extending to PVCC is a great idea, but it could also work on 31st. I'd avoid dealing with KC Life at all cost. | By Matt N

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Topic Name: The function of a streetcar on Independence Avenue Idea Title: Better connect Northeast with Downtown Idea Detail: Currently, the most obvious way for most people to get downtown from the Northeast (and vice versa) is to drive. While the sidewalks are contiguous and bus service exists, there isn't much visual interest or density along the initial stretches of Independence Avenue -- not to mention the barriers that the Loop and Paseo create. Those barriers aren't going away. Streetcar would encourage infill development along Independence Avenue, generating more pedestrian activity, and create a higher-quality car-free alternative to going to and from downtown. A center-running streetcar would allow for a protected bike lane -- which could be built along the entire length of Independence Avenue -- and double the amount of on-street activity (see attached photo from the First Hill Streetcar project in Seattle). Since crime has been a major concern in Northeast neighborhoods, having more eyes on the street from streetcar passengers and cyclists could help deter illegal activity. Idea Author: David J

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Aldi's is wonderful to have nearby, but if you compare them to a suburban store like HyVee you see the difference in services provided to a community. HyVee hires hundreds of local workers, provides a bank, in house dietician, pharmacy and such. They're open 24x7 in many stores 437 there's already a lot of nice homes along the line or just homes which need someone to see the area as doable to live it without lots of driving into the suburba


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so this is a corridor where a train is the cherry on top, it needs improved zoning, targeted incentives and to cut red tape to make that cherry work Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: A Vibrant Independence Avenue Idea Detail: Streetcar's purpose on Independence Avenue depends on how far east it goes. If it goes only to Prospect, streetcar has limited value since people would have to transfer to a bus to get to Price Chopper or other popular destinations beyond Prospect. On the other hand, if Independence Avenue east of The Paseo can be developed/redeveloped as a vibrant urban corridor with a good grocery story and most of the other services and amenities people need and want, the streetcar can make a lot of sense. Idea Author: Ron M Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Filling in vacant housing with new residents Idea Detail: One of the biggest issues for the NE is vacant houses. With a streetcar the attraction of living in the NE increases from people who want to live close to downtown not have to drive a car but still want a yard for kids or a dog. Attracting young professional to the area will only do positive things for the area. On top of that more possiblities of developments along the avenue for commercial store fronts either infill or renovation of existing structures. Idea Author: Andrew R

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Idea Title: It will create traffic problems Idea Detail: Northeast is not "The East Side" and Independence Avenue already has more grocery stores than most major streets in the city. A simple MAX bus upgrade would benefit Independence Avenue greater than a streetcar, and we could use all the money we saved by NOT building streetcar on infrastructure upgrades, Bike Share, and police foot patrols. Emanuel Cleaver Blvd made TONS of upgrades for a mere $2M. Truman Road would be a better East/West connecting corridor, and rather than a pokey, over priced streetcar, it would be a great place to introduce BRT to the city. Transit times are one of the biggest drawbacks to introducing NEW riders to public transit, and with the impended I-70 construction, I can't believe we're talking about replacing the fourth busiest bus in the city with a streetcar that gets stuck behind obstructions in the road (have you ever driven down Independence Ave?) rather than find ways to accommodate all of the traffic that will be disrupted by revamping the interstate Idea Author: Bryan S Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

Idea Author: Angela G Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Expanded Options For Those With Limited Resources Idea Detail: In my case, a street car on the Avenue will get me around the city when I don't want to (or shouldn't) drive. For others, a streetcar on Independence Avenue will serve a much more critical function: it will positively impact the lives of those who have limited resources. Case in point: I have neighbors who are single moms and can't afford cars. They see their

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Idea Detail: Provides those without transportation access to jobs.

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children off to school in the morning, then get themselves to and from work each day by riding the bus. Being responsible for their families while also being at the mercy of our current single transit option is a daunting drain on them. With it's limited scheduling and time consuming transfer stops, the ability of these ladies to get ahead in life is very restricted. By connecting the Avenue with the rest of the light rail system, options for these women- and others like them in similar circumstances- will be expanded in ways that can be life changing. Idea Author: Linda F Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: NONE Idea Detail: I could only see hookers riding it to pickup their johns. Idea Author: T C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

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Topic Name: The function of a streetcar on Main Street and the Country Club Right-of-Way Idea Title: Any route considered south of 51st should remain on the street Idea Detail: If the streetcar stays close to the street, sharing space with the Trail could happen from 51st to 58th/59th with minimal impact to the Trail and would be as far from residential as possible. From 59th to 62nd Terr, the streetcar would have to run between single family homes, so 58th/59th is the ideal place for the line to move into the street. Once past Meyer Blvd/65th, there is less impact on the neighborhood and more space to share with the Trolley Trail. Staying on the street from 58th/59th until Meyer Blvd would also allow the primary parking for the Brookside shops to remain. If the line is to go past 63rd, joining the trail around Meyer/65th makes the most sense, unless the bridge over 69th would need to be rebuilt to accommodate the street car. Then you might as well remain on the street all the way to 75th. That would also allow substantial parking in Waldo to remain. Anything south of 75th Street looks to be ideal to share the streetcar line with the Trolley Trail. Idea Author: Keith S

Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Stopping at 51st makes the most financial sense Idea Detail: South of 51st, there is little development opportunities on the CC ROW. The Brookside and Waldo areas do rather well on their own. In addition, there isn't the ridership potential South of 51st based on the studies (since the cost per rider goes up almost 40% if extended to 63rd Street and even more if to 75th or 85th). The best use of money would seem to indicate stopping at 51st. Idea Author: Keith S

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Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Avoid the narrow portions of the Trolley Trail Idea Detail: Overall I am excited about having a streetcar in KC. However, I am opposed to much of the use of the Trolley Trail. This is essentially extended park area used for pedestrians, bikers, etc. Lots of children and dogs. If you put the streetcar in some of the areas where it is very narrow, you are creating both a safety hazard for trail users, and noise for those who live close on either side of the trail. The reason why people use the trail as opposed to, say, the sidewalk next to Brookside Blvd, is because it provides a more park-like and quiet setting for recreation. Putting the streetcar on the trail would effectively make it another street. Additionally, putting it on the trail through some of the neighborhoods south of 51st would require street crossing signals and/or arms at many of the streets. This again is an eyesore and inconvenient to those who live in these neighborhoods. Keep the streetcar on the street. Please. Idea Author: Jen B Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: My idea is that a Brookside street car be a blvd streetcar. Idea Detail: I cannot imagine any true interest within the Brookside neighborhood. Hypothetically, a savvy approach given any enthusiasm, might be one in which it is clearly stated that the street car will run on the street. I can speak for thousands who favor a kid-safe, joint-friendly cherty path within greenspace and mature trees. A hardscape access to a streetcar within the KCATA space is NOT going to take the place of a recreational trail. Brookside is not the urban core. Despite its original use as a streetcar space, our greenspace has a rather "grandfathered" image after 50+ years. Some of us moved to Brookisde for suburban access to this trail. Idea Author: Karen C

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Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Improving activity access Idea Detail: this is about making it easier and easier to get places people want to go to, not for work, but for fun. take a look at the Plaza Art Fair. good luck finding parking at this event. with a train nearby the event isn't limited in scope by parking garage entrance placement. they could spread the event out, making it less crazy claustrophobic too should a line go down Clever, you could say the same of the Shakespeare show. they're currently size limited by parking nearby. with a train at their front door the show could move to the Theis Park lawn and triple the total seating space Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

I cannot say this strongly enough: Selection of MindMixer as a public engagement tool is a significant deterrent to eliciting meaningful citizen input on this or ANY issue. Just figuring out how to navigate the site constitutes such an enormous "barrier to entry" that many would-be users -- including a lot of thoughtful people whose ideas you really want to know about -- flee in frustration from this site.

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Idea Detail: I have posted a couple of comments today. It has taken far too long to do it.

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Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Consider only a blvd streetcar NOT a rail on the trolley track. Idea Detail: This website allows only 62 character responses. What gives? When I looked online, my former answer sounded pretty stupid without the followup you guys requested in "Tell us a little more". This could be a good website for interaction but it needs tweaking please. Idea Author: Karen C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

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Topic Name: 18th Street - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Wait for KCK for SW Blvd Standalone Idea Detail: Do not do a standalone SW Blvd Line until KCK is on board. The state line means nothing for this area. There's no huge change in the surrounding businesses or opportunities. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: There are lots of opportunities for multi-family housing with the right vision and right developers - There are changes in the wind so to speak | By Mary O Idea Title: No to through Roanoke Park

Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Roanoke Park is in Midtown. This topic is East 18th Street. Also, streetcars are quieter than buses and trucks and are not out of place in parks. | By David J Idea Title: Support spur Westside to 18th & Vine as one line Idea Detail: I think there needs to be an east/west spur that serves 18th & Vine as well as the Westside commercial corridor. Both areas need the shot in the arm the spur could bring in

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Idea Detail: one of the charms of this area is that the park is quiet and peaceful.

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tourist and convention businesses. 18th & Vine is heavily subsidized. With more visitors there is a likelihood that restaurants could be sustained and retained. The streetcar will further project the assurance of safety to and from the area as well as the duration of the visitors. The Westside restaurants have tried for years to attract visitor/convention businesses. A streetcar spur gives them an opportunity to compete for business and up their game. There are buildings ripe for conversion to multi-family residences. Idea Author: Mary O Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Would consider the eastside beginning/ending at Brooklyn to capitalize on Arthur Bryant's reputation and the BBQ tourist/taste trade; On the Westside consideration should be given to ending/beginning at 29th or 31st Street. There is room next to the Firefighters' monument/Casa Mesa Imports at 31st/SWB. The small jog on Main is not a major deal breaker. Tourists want the options of getting the most bang for their buck and to have 1 ride, without changing trains to go from 18th & Vine to the Westside through the Crossroads - gives one a safe, secure journey through at least 3 neighborhoods that could be considered at this particular time, excitingly sketchy. The single e/w line from Brooklyn to 31st Street will draw residential, retail and commercial development to abate the sketchiness and fear factor one hears from visitors and tourists in relationship to the 18th/Vine area as well as East Crossroads area. These are still affordable exciting urban neighborhoods who have much potential to be developed. | By Lynda C Idea Title: Build to Woodland & operate to River Market via Main Idea Detail: A line focused on connecting downtown neighborhoods to 18th & Vine would serve the goals of the 18th Street Connector project that's been collecting dust for over a decade. 18th & Vine is a tourist destination, so it makes little sense to operationally pair it with Southwest Boulevard and/or require a transfer at Main. Going to Woodland would encourage redevelopment of the landmark Crispus Attucks school. There is enough derelict property along East 18th to serve the development community for a century. Idea Author: David J

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Number of Points 2 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: 18th & Vine and Hospital Hill then East or South Idea Detail: It could run on 18th St from Main St to 18th & Paseo then South on Paseo Blvd, West on 22nd St, South on Gillham Rd, East on Armour Blvd, South on Paseo Blvd, East on Cleaver II Blvd or Swope Pkwy/Blue Pkwy to Blue Pkwy & Kensington. Idea Author: Derron P Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: That sounds like a nightmare for people actually trying to make sense of the route. Go straight or go home. | By David J Comment 2: doesn't have a chance. this route isn't even in the scope of the project | By Kevin C Idea Title: Crossroads to 18th & Vine to the Plaza Streetcar Expansion Project

Idea Detail: The 18th Street area that serves the Crossroads East/Crossroads Arts District, KCATA - The Metro, Full Employment Council, and 18th & Vine Jazz District is underserved with little to no bus service. It is one of the main East-West streets with housing and businesses mostly being served by North-South bus routes.

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Paseo Blvd is one of the main North-South streets with housing and businesses mostly being served by East-West bus routes. It could go from Main St on East 18th St to Paseo Blvd, South on Paseo Blvd, West on Cleaver II Blvd to 47th & Main on the Plaza. The link for my original idea is below. http://ideas.nextrailkc.com/stop-locations-and-route-end-points/paseo-blvd-35th-st-to-47th-stto-the-plaza

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Topic Name: Pedestrian Radius Idea Title: Why not bike? Idea Detail: Why not bike and forget the streetcar. It would be quicker and get a litte exercise too. Idea Author: Authorized U Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 7 Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: Kevin- thank you for providing me with your answer. Does the bus system not presently serve the disabled? | By Authorized U Comment 2: a streetcar can serve the disabled. right there is your answer | By Kevin C

Idea Detail: I work a block off the line at 9th St Currently people will walk as far as two blocks for lunch. That ends up being about 2 blocks away. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: not owning a bicycle - probably wouldn't walk more than 5 blocks

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Comment 3: Also a lot cheaper in terms of capital expenditures. For the cost of 1 mile of streetcar system we could purchase roughly 9,000 miles of bike lanes (@ $5,360.00 per mile) or 1165 miles of segregated facilitiesor bike ways (@ $42,890.00 per mile). | By Idris R

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Idea Detail: I am usually carrying or carting something - so not likely to lug it very far. Yes I would feel safe Idea Author: Mary O Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 6 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: Mary - If Bike Share were free, would you use it? | By Authorized U Comment 2: I'd say this depends on topography. like inside downtown all the pedestrian crossings shorten the distance. it's not the distance but the time factor of waiting over and over. adding a hill shortens the distance too. imagine walking up the hill from 47th to 45th every day pulling a cart. the amount of trees matters too. In August a tree shaded street with buildings is very difference from only a parking lot lined street. Walking in a quiet pedestrian block could indeed by 5 blocks or more. | By Kevin C Idea Title: 5 minutes walking distance Idea Detail: When I lived in London, I was at most 5 minutes walking from the Underground, which wasn't too bad at all. Here in KC, I'm more along the lines of 10 minutes from my house to the Main St Max and another 15 minutes walking from that bus further down the line to work. The thing that I liked best about the Underground was that it runs very frequently, with a train arriving at most central London stations every five minutes. This allowed for transfers to go very smoothly. The problem with the buses here in KC is that they run at best once every 15 minutes, making planning around them a bane. On top of that, it makes transfers unadvisable at best, because you'd simply be wasting your time. For example, I could catch the 155 bus closer to work and take that to 55th and Brookside, get off and then wait for the Main St Max, but that would add an extra 30 minutes to my entire trip that would be 30 minutes in total if I just did the extra walking to and from the Max bus. Idea Author: Seรกn K Number of Seconds 0

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Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: .6 Mile Idea Detail: Hopefully the streetcar will come down the Country Club right-of-way. I will be willing to walk the .6 mile to get from there to my home, weather permitting. That would most likely be the farthest distance from the streetcar I would walk. Idea Author: Bryan E Number of Seconds 0

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Topic Name: Center vs. Side Lane Streetcars Idea Title: Center lane down Main St past 31st to 47th Idea Detail: Main St in midtown is much wider than through downtown. By placing stops down the middle every rider will cross the same amount of street no matter the distance making for a safer crossing. it also would allow for less impact on the street. middle of the street stops in many cases can share a tighter space. I would coordinate it with converting Main into a 5-lane road for with a dedicated middle turn lane. the stop would sit in this middle lane. don't use Main for parking, instead use side streets for parking this would turn Main from a 6-lane through street into a 5 lane local road. the slower traffic would help turn Main into a neighborhood and not a place to bypass Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 5 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Both Idea Detail: It should vary depending on street width and local conditions. There is often opposition to operation in curb lanes due to loss of on street parking, however curb lanes are better at stops. Idea Author: William N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0

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Idea Title: middle of the street Idea Detail: a streetcar down the middle of the street doesn't necessarily eliminate on-street parking which a right lane line would Idea Author: Mary O Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 1 Number of Comments 1

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Topic Name: Streetcars and Parking Idea Title: non-perk parking Idea Detail: today in many urban areas cars being broken into is a fact of living there. let's change that. implement a move to a central parking authority, the city and private enterprise coming together, with the idea that you can hop on the train at secured and safe parking and hop off at your destination. your parking spot may be a few blocks away, but why live urban if you're unhappy with walking? and move to a zoning system where it becomes much easier to build parking that's hiden below, behind and such, much like P&L, the Kauffman Center, Barney Allis Plaza, Crown Center, Union Station, The Plaza, etc. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 4 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: For Brookside Parking Issues Idea Detail: Any parking you take away to add the streetcar must be replaced somewhere in Brookside. An idea is to close Brookside Blvd between 63rd on the north and Meyer on the south between Border Star School and the tennis courts. Make all of this parking. Idea Author: Melissa M Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: if you follow the planning, the budget includes money to replace every parking spot | By Kevin C Idea Title: For Waldo parking issues Idea Detail: Close Broadway between 74th St on the north and 75th St on the south. Again,

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any parking that is taken away by the installation of the streetcar should be replaced. Brookside and Waldo both don't have enough parking today. Although it would seem that you would need less parking spots with the addition of a streetcar, both of these areas will still need ample parking for commuters and neighborhood residents. Another idea for Waldo is to use some of the Bingham School lot at 76th & Wyandotte (to the direct east of the Trolley Track Trail today) for parking. Idea Author: Melissa M Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: if you follow the planning, the budget includes money to replace every parking spot | By Kevin C Comment 2: The parking lots you refer to in Brookside and Waldo are within the Right-Of-Way of the KCATA owend Trolley Track Trail. Meaning, they own the parking which in all fairness we have no claim to. Infact, where the KCATA has leased out parking for private use there is a contingency that the leaser will vacate property in the event that the ROW is repurposed for fixed rail. However, the planning consultants (BNIM and HDR) have made it clear that they would like to not disrupt parking in those areas. | By Idris R

Idea Author: William N Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: I think streetcars should be on Wornall from 77th to 55th.

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Idea Detail: In my neighborhood bordering on 31st Main - Gillham due to the relatively narrow street width it would probably be better to have the tracks in the center of 31st allowing for some on street parking during non rush hours, particularly in the Martini Corner district near Gillham.

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Idea Detail: If a streetcar is run, say right on where the Trolley Trail is now, it would do several things: 1) create a new north-south lane of traffic at every east-west street it intersects and I can't picture how that could work; 2) destroy a lot of available parking in areas where it is sometimes hard to find parking now (north of 75th and on both sides of 63rd st in Brookside); and 3) diminish the use of the Trolley Trail for family friendly use. Idea Author: Susan E Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Brookside Streetcar Route Options Idea Detail: Even though it once boasted a streetcar line, it will be challenging to route the new streetcar through the shopping center at 63rd and Brookside without being too disruptive to the existing parking lots. The original route (shown in green), cuts through most of the limited parking spaces that serve this area. A multilevel parking structure would be the only way to replace the quantity of lost parking lots, but that would not fit with the surrounding architecture. Two better options include routing the streetcar on a limited portion of Brookside Blvd instead of the Country Club right of way (possibly starting at 59th) through Meyer Blvd (shown in orange) or routing the streetcar through Brookside Plaza (shown in blue). Both the Brookside Blvd and Brookside Plaza options would incur the costs associated with laying rail on an existing street, but would be less disruptive to existing parking.

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organizations permit residents nearby to park in their lots - maybe be sticker or permit Idea Author: Mary O Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Keep On-Street Parking When Possible Idea Detail: I admit, I don't know that much about the plans for the extensions, or really what all this question entails. I'm sure this is not possible in all sections, but whenever possible, definitely keep on-street parking. Nobody wants to walk along a street with a streetcar and other traffic racing within feet of where you are walking. If pedestrians feel unsafe, they will not walk there. If they don't walk there, the streetcar is ultimately a failure. Having on-street parking provides a metal wall, making the pedestrian feel safer (as well as the various benefits on-street parking provides the auto community). It is not a good idea to get rid of on-street parking to make a new lane for traffic or even streetcars. Idea Author: Mike H Number of Seconds 0

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Topic Name: 12th Street West - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Convention to Convention Idea Detail: A 12th St line has to, at a minimum, go from Broadway to Grand. if that means 12th St East is refocused and 12th St West goes off of Broadway, do that. This would connect the Sprint Center and convention district together. this would cut a walk from the hotels to the arena from 6 blocks to 1. neither are locations the starter line serves to connect Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 0

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Topic Name: Southwest Boulevard - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Support spur Westside to 18th & Vine as one line Idea Detail: In meeting we discussed the creation of a 'system' - an east-west spur supporting two unique neighborhoods - 18th & Vine and the Westside - makes sense. Both neighborhoods would flourish and reach their development potential with the streetcar bringing convention visitors and tourists to areas they may not explore on their own for various reasons. The route to 18th & Vine is not particularly aesthetic nor to the newcomer does it project safe passage. The streetcar would ameliorate those fears or concerns. Investors would be more apt to look east to 18th/Vine area - hopefully enabling financial independence and weening from public dollars. The Westside is challenged with the unappealing environment under I-35 and has had it's issues with safety etc sporadically. Ending the streetcar at 31st Street would spur development on both sides of the state line, and should spur development along 31st Street and the Dean Realty properties. Idea Author: Lynda C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3

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Topic Name: Main Street Options Idea Title: Restrict all left turns to retain parking & then... Idea Detail: ...reconfigure Southwest Trafficway to bring back left-turn movements, as well as eliminate or reduce the amount of one-way streets throughout Midtown. Not all trips are through trips, so there's no need to force everyone onto the arterials. There are already left-turn restrictions at some Main Street intersections, so it shouldn't be a problem for drivers. Left turns are a major cause of collisions. Idea Author: David J Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 3 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: Eliminating left-hand turns would certainly make center-running easier. | By David J Comment 2: If we restrict left-turn movement can we achieve center-running dedicated ROW? | By Scott H Idea Title: controlled left turns + u turns Idea Detail: I would add a U-turn allowed cycle at Linwood and block all left turns onto Main from Midtown Marketplace. then physically block left turns into the center from Linwood to 34th except for at the entrance just north of McDonalds Metcalf and 105th has such a cycle today because 107th is blocked from crossing Metcalf. Can largely do something similar on segments down the line. like odd streets get left turns + u turns, even streets get blocked off from Armour to 47th put pedestrian cuts in the blocking unlike when they did at Metcalf Idea Author: Kevin C

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Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: For the sake of good urban design, please be consistent. Idea Detail: Variations from block to block to accommodate land uses that are there now doesn't make sense. The streetcar is a long-term investment that will establish the future character of the street. Treat it that way. Idea Author: Ron M Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: variations make perfect sense. like do we think what would work for UMKC will work for the segment behind Crown Center? do what works. not block to block, but in 3-4-6 block segments, sure. | By Kevin C

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Comment 2: PS - Have I told you lately how much I dislike MindMixer? | By Ron M

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Topic Name: 12th Street East - Key Alignment Decisions Idea Title: Troost Terminus Idea Detail: Use local bus service to feed to another transit corridor past Troost until development in the area proves a need otherwise Troost is already a major transit line and should be served. Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Points 2 Number of Comments 0

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Topic Name (Instant Poll): Citywide Priorities Idea Title: Encourage new development Number of Seconds 29 Idea Title: Strengthen existing neighborhoods and districts Number of Seconds 24 Idea Title: Connect important destinations and activity centers Number of Seconds 21 Idea Title: Enhance transit service Number of Seconds 12 Idea Title: Reduce auto trips, fuel consumption, and emissions Number of Seconds 12 Idea Title: Attract new residents and businesses Number of Seconds 10

Idea Title: Raise property values and reduce vacancies Number of Seconds 4 Idea Title: Provide an amenity for neighborhoods Number of Seconds 4 Comments

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Number of Comments 4 Comment 1: All of these will hopefully be the effects of streetcar and transit expansion in Kansas City. Each is important and dependent on the other. | By Jessica R Comment 2: New development does not just mean extra development, but also a new approach that supports many of the other items on this list. Effective transit-oriented development finds value in density, walkability, and mixed uses. Following through on these things are a big part of what will attract new residents and businesses, improve access to employment and services, provide amenities for neighborhoods, and reduce auto trips. | By Leandra B Comment 3: Not to mention improve air quality and public health through active living. This is about the future of our metropolitan region and being competitive. It is my generation's moment to change the way we develop our City for the next 50+ years. | By Gunnar H Comment 4: We need to make it possible for people to get around without cars—to work, shop, play, medical, school, etc. My mother is getting where she should not drive but the transit in Johnson county is terrible. It 's better in KCMO but not good enough. We need more frequency of buses and more routes in the metro area. Spend more on transit, bicycling and walking and less to encourage driving. | By Laurie C

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Topic Name (Instant Poll): Linwood Boulevard or 31st Street Idea Title: Linwood Boulevard Number of Seconds 17 Idea Title: 31st Street Number of Seconds 12 Comments Number of Comments 16 Comment 1: The possibility of a center-running streetcar and dedicated bike lanes are what draws me to Linwood over 31st. Both have the potential to be great streets, but I think because of the size of the ROW, ultimately Linwood has the better bones for future development, rehabilitation, and transportation envisioned by this project. | By Scott H

that wants the extensions. Just one more thing the City wants to push down our throats just like the new airport. | By T C Comment 4: A streetcar down 31st street will more readily define 31st as not just a corridor, but a unique district. The existing historic buildings along 31st are the right vintage and size to accommodate business and residential growth. Linwood would then carry a higher traffic volume. This is good because Linwood is already very large. A line along Linwood would force even more high speed traffic along 31st street which is too small to accommodate high speed and truck traffic.

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Comment 3: I do not want any additional streetcar line. Please complete and run what you have started and then look at what would be best. Having a vote THIS YEAR is not correct. This has nothing good for us. Once you get this vote through and the starter line is a failure, you will transfer those taxes to some other project. We have been waiting for new water and sewer lines and NOTHING!! You raised our water and sewer bills a very long time ago to pay for the new lines and still you want more. I do not want this streetcar fiasco to go any further than the starter line. Why go to the expense to have a vote when I have not heard one person

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Comment 2: 31 Street has a number of body shops, ad-hoc car lots, shade tree mechanics, pop-up mechanic 'shops'; - re-development costs and viability will be dependent on environmental studies and any hazardous waste discoveries and abatement. Linwood is predominately residential with few retail/business sites that would present environmental hazards. | By Lynda C

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The infrastructure of 31st would immediately benefit from a 31st street line. The buildings are attainable and there are already many entrepreneurs along the row. This development would happen right away. On Linwood, large scale investors would have to come in and invest much more money to build from scratch. This likely won't happen as it's a much larger risk. For Linwood to develop, the streetcar needs to be on 31st. The historic buildings would prosper, attracting even more residential and commercial to the area. Only then will the area be developed enough to convince large scale investors to build from scratch along Linwood. 31st is the keystone to future development of the whole area. | By Jordan C Comment 5: Either street would be sweet! Please add bike lanes (preferably protected ones, ie not 'sharrows') during this major street development. Help increase bike use to promote health and decrease car traffic in KCMO! BTW sharrow are a joke. More major East/West and North/South actual bike lanes will greatly improve the safety of our pedaling citizens. | By Sam G Comment 6: As a business owner on 31st street, a bike commuter, and an avid user of public transportation.. I would LOVE to see the traffic on 31st slow down and have the trolley right outside our doors. If the trolley were to go down Linwood, it would likely increase truck (and other automobile) traffic on 31st, making it less bike and pedestrian friendly. The historic retail buildings on 31st are full of small businesses and are surrounded by neighborhoods, which i think offers a more conducive pedestrian-centric environment for the trolley... rather than the empty lots, auto-shops, backside of costco, gas stations, and car-wash along Linwood. A trolley on 31st street would provide a more useful and beautiful experience for patrons, and ridership will be there on day one. That said, I am ecstatic and supportive for either option! We just want it to be a success! | By Nicholas W Comment 7: Nicholas W2 As a business owner on 31st street, a bike commuter, and an avid user of public transportation.. I would LOVE to see the traffic on 31st slow down and have the trolley right outside our doors. If the trolley were to go down Linwood, it would likely increase truck (and other automobile) traffic on 31st, making it less bike and pedestrian friendly. The historic retail buildings on 31st are full of small businesses and are surrounded by neighborhoods, which i think offers a more conducive pedestrian-centric environment for the trolley... rather than the empty lots, auto-shops, backside of costco, gas stations, and car-wash along Linwood. A trolley on 31st street would provide a more useful and beautiful experience for patrons, and ridership will be there on day one. That said, I am ecstatic and supportive for either option! We just want it to be a success! | By

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Nicholas W Comment 8: As a business owner on 31st street, a bike commuter, and an avid user of public transportation.. I would LOVE to see the traffic on 31st slow down and have the trolley right outside our doors. If the trolley were to go down Linwood, it would likely increase truck (and other automobile) traffic on 31st, making it less bike and pedestrian friendly. The historic retail buildings on 31st are full of small businesses and are surrounded by neighborhoods, which i think offers a more conducive pedestrian-centric environment for the trolley... rather than the empty lots, auto-shops, backside of costco, gas stations, and car-wash along Linwood. A trolley on 31st street would provide a more useful and beautiful experience for patrons, and ridership will be there on day one. That said, I am ecstatic and supportive for either option! We just want it to be a success! | By Nicholas W Comment 9: Yeah... Linwood pretty much sucks in terms of overall land use. But infill and redevelopment are what the streetcar is all about, right? I would love to see 90% of the buildings replaced between Main and Troost then lots of infill east of Troost. And the width of Linwood (55 feet curb to curb) opens up the possibility to bike lanes with center-running streetcar.

But I'd like to see how it all plays out and hear more from the property owners along 31st! | By Eric B Comment 10: Linwood + protected bike lanes = urban connection to Katy Trail. | By David J Comment 11: it was presented that one of the reasons for adding the Linwood/31st corridor was to provide access to the VA Hospital. If that is indeed the truth then the route needs to be on Linwood - one can't expect ailing, disabled or aged veterans to schlep to the VA from 31 Street. With the St. Michael's housing project for Vets who have mobility issues and lack of transportation then asking them to hike in from 31 St. seems thoughtless. | By Lynda C Comment 12: Linwood is appealing due to the fact that its wide width allows for center-running

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dedicated lanes and bike lanes. 31st is still close enough to Linwood to benefit from a streetcar running there. | By James R Comment 13: First, being from a city that operates all modes of transit (SEPTA of the Philadelphia area operates bus, subway/elevated, streetcar, light rail, interurban, trolleybus and electrified commuter rail), I think its a great idea for Kansas City to finally have its first streetcar line since the 1960s. I think it would make the metro more connected transit-wise but also community-wise. I been waiting for this ever since I moved here in 1995. Honestly, I think the line should run thru hospital hill to Linwood, then north on The Paseo to 31st Street, then to Prospect/Van Brunt should be considered. It would revitalize both streets, IMO. It would revitalize the neighborhoods along 31st street and Linwood, since they are only one block from each other. I think that idea also should be considered. | By Dennel W Comment 14: Running a streetcar down 31st street would be an awesome catalyst for badly need economic development along an important east-west commercial corridor. There are so many beautiful vacant commercial buildings that could be re-purposed and help 31st street (East of Gillham) become a city-wide destination. All along 31st street there are neighborhoods making a come back in relation to the amount home ownership rates and new multifamily developments within a couple blocks. Currently 31st street acts as a defacto Truck Route moving heavy semi truck traffic from US-40 to I-35 via SW BLVD. The street was not built out to handle this amount of truck traffic and as a result the roads and underground infrastructure are in disrepair. Running an in-traffic streetcar would effectively reroute this truck traffic to the appropriate roads built to handle heavy semi truck traffic. We need more safe walkable commercial streets and 31st Street could be one of our finest!! | By Idris R Comment 15: At first glance, 31st St. makes the most sense to me because it's straight path, west to east. I recall a time- decades ago- when the strip of 31st just east of main had a bit of hustle and bustle to it and I miss that (Does anyone besides me remember the Black Dahlia vintage clothing store? She sold fantastic stuff at shockingly low prices!). Sentimentality aside, and considering the "here and now" of it all, Linwood does seem to be the more accommodating option. My head compelled me to vote for Linwood, but my heart isn't happy about it. | By Linda F Comment 16: I was sold on more flexibility on Linwood. this is a line which will be about going from A to B, I would bet primarily to/from work. so the greater space for flexibility won me over | By Kevin C

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Topic Name (Instant Poll): Optimal system with constrained resources Idea Title: Main Number of Seconds 16 Idea Title: Main Number of Seconds 13 Idea Title: Independence Number of Seconds 12 Idea Title: Linwood/31st Number of Seconds 12 Idea Title: Main Number of Seconds 9 Idea Title: Independence

Number of Seconds 5 Comments Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: this poll makes no sense when you look at reality. what if someone votes for the bottom Main and not the top one? does their vote count equally to someone that voted for the top one? and the different shadings aren't two miles each. one is actually 3 miles, one is 2.5, and as a whole, Union Station to the end of Main+ is actually about 10 miles for three segments. so it would be possible to select 14 miles of track because you imply each is 10

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miles long. what if someone wants it to go to UMKC but only votes for Main once? do you really think they want to stop the line at 39th at the two mile mark? Or do they vote twice and waste a mile? | By Kevin C Comment 2: Kevin, thanks for the questions. The purpose of this question is to allow users to prioritize segments of each of the corridors. Although it's not ideal, we're using a multiple-answer poll to ask this question. For the purposes of this poll, it wouldn't matter if someone selected the second or third segment and not the first; we're just adding up the votes for each corridor. Different segments of a streetcar route could end up costing more or less depending on the characteristics of the streetcar in that area (for example, a single-track option on the portion of Main Street south of the Plaza could cost less per mile than a double-track option north of the Plaza). So at this point we're really asking people to engage in a conversation about the trade-offs for going a certain distance on the three corridors. Thanks for keeping the conversation going! | By Josh B Comment 3: your poll doesn't work that way. with more choices for main and simple math you are biasing the results in favor of the Main corridor. you want to remove the third choice for Main to be able to do this method. ex this vote set proves this is true. 5x 1,2,3,4,5 and 5x 1,3,5,6,7 becomes 15x indep, 15x 31st, 20x main). which isn't the same result. I actually can't come up with a way to get what you want without redoing the poll completely as a proportional fill in the blank vote and make each segment in each corridor the exact same cost to have equal choices | By Kevin C

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Topic Name (Instant Poll): 31st Street or Linwood Boulevard Idea Title: 31st Street Number of Seconds 10 Idea Title: 31st Street west of US 71 & Linwood Boulevard east of US 71 Number of Seconds 5 Idea Title: Linwood Boulevard Number of Seconds 3 Idea Title: 31st Street east of US 71 & Linwood Boulevard west of US 71 Number of Seconds 2 Comments Number of Comments 3

then follow 31st. the reason is simple, 31st is already zoned for commercial while linwood is not. and what will help draw back residents more than anything is more shopping options. | By Kevin C Comment 2: I think that the route should run along 31st Street west of Troost Ave then transition over to Linwood Blvd east of Troost Ave. Connecting the Martini Corner area with a streetcar route would create development opportunities in that node. | By Chayton T Comment 3: Would be helpful to know if transitioning to Linwood would actually produce better results, or just add cost and complexity to the route. | By David J

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a main st line can affect change to about mcgee. so I'd spend the money and follow gillham to 31st. this would hit a hot spot of existing density, jobs (hospital hill is one the densest jobs centers in the city) and would add new territory to redevelopment coverage, rather than duplicating efforts on Main. the chance of extending downtown density is worth the cost, along Main to 31st is almost completely developed and doesn't have the same opportunities

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Topic Name: Seven Unique Corridors Idea Title: Right on the proposed corridor, the streetcar could connect 18th and Vine to the Crossroads and continue this urban renaissance. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 5 Comment 1: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, 18th St | By Andrew M Comment 2: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, 18th St | By Caroline H Comment 3: a favorite destination, opportunity for improvement | By Mitchel L Comment 4: this item would be good on a "are you interested in going to..." places list to drive station destinations. | By Kevin C Comment 5: opportunity for improvement, 18th St | By Gunnar H Idea Title: Cut off from Southwest Boulevard, the old Imperial Brewery could be brought back to life with the added activity around a streetcar line. Number of Seconds 0

Comment 2: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement | By Mitchel L Comment 3: I've seen this beautiful building a million times driving into DT from Joco. A rejuvenated Imperial Brewery Building would be an amazing asset to this neighborhood! | By Mitchel L Comment 4: I wouldn't count on it without a pedestrian bridge. the brewery is half a mile from the line by car | By Kevin C Comment 5: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Gunnar H

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Comment 1: opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Caroline H

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Idea Title: This community garden has helped clean up an old vacant lot. This space provides so much for the neighborhood. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a favorite destination, 12th St east of Main St | By Gunnar H Idea Title: I grew up two blocks from the Country Club right-of-way. It would be great to have a streetcar back in my streetcar suburb called Brookside! Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a favorite destination, opportunity for improvement, Main St | By Gunnar H Idea Title: A great museum just across from the starter line's termini. The hill up from Union Station makes it hard to go to the US' only WWI monument. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a community landmark, a favorite destination, Main St | By Gunnar H Idea Title: Connecting to the UMKC Volker Campus to continue to education the current and future generations on the convenience of mass transit. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, Main St | By Andrew M Comment 2: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, Main St | By Bob S Idea Title: Hospital Hill - UMKC, Childrens Mercy Hospital and Truman Medical Center. Improved access to education, affordable health care and jobs.

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Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, 18th St | By Bob S Idea Title: The Heart of Waldo at 75th & Wornall facing North East. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a community landmark, a favorite destination | By Melissa M Idea Title: The Westside Fountain - A stop near Southwest Blvd & Summit brings locals + visitors to some great SWB restaurants & would bring retail Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 4 Comment 1: Could connect West Side with 18th and Vine. Could run on Pennway to Beardsley and City Market | By Caroline H

Comment 4: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Lynda C Idea Title: Next Stop - Ponak's Margarita's El Patron & Danny Edward's BBQ. Streetcar will stretch retail/residential corridor west to State Line Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a favorite destination, opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Lynda C

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Comment 3: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Mitchel L

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Comment 2: a community landmark, opportunity for improvement, 18th St | By Caroline H

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Idea Title: The Southwest Blvd spur would end at 31st Street - visit Casa Mesa Imports, dine at Poco's, Transfer to ? KU Med? East on 31st to ????? Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Andrew M Comment 2: opportunity for improvement, Southwest Blvd | By Lynda C Idea Title: Kansas City Art Institute: Art Students conveniently connected to arts and working artists in the Crossroads and hopefully West Bottoms Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: a community landmark, Main St | By Lynda C

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Topic Name: Design Your Ideal Streetcar Streetscape Idea Title: Sorry folks... no on-street parking. Gotta make room for the bike lanes. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: What if we did a Main-Broadway couplet? Streetcar on Main and buffered bike lanes on Broadway? Here's Broadway! Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Linwood is very wide (120'), which leaves room for dedicated bike lanes and an allee of trees. What a boulevard should be. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Main Street Number of Seconds 0

Idea Title: Linwood Boulevard Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: Street's too wide for sharrows. The prevailing speed on this design would be too uncomfortable for people to mix it up in traffic on their bikes. | By Eric B

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Comment 1: What if you made that far right bus lane a mixed bus/bike? Then you could barrier separate it all. Low frequency of buses makes biking in it really comfortable. I like it! | By Eric B

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Idea Title: Independence Avenue Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: I already do all three of those things on this street during the day. A streetcar won't make it a better place to do those things at night. More police presence might. | By Bryan S Idea Title: What would a center running streetcar look like on Independence? Submit you ideas now using the directions in this post! Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: I'd say do mixed streetcar/vehicle lanes and open up space for bike lanes. The street widens up east of Highland to make room for parking on both sides in this configuration. | By Eric B Idea Title: Independence Ave with Bikes...it can be done! Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: This might be my favorite! | By Eric B Comment 2: I second that! | By Linda F Comment 3: Love! | By Jessica R Idea Title: Exclusive right-of-way option for streetcars that will allow for higher speeds. Also includes bike lanes and reduced auto lanes. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Exclusive right-of-ways with optional transit stops.

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Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: This is Independence Avenue Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Main St. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: A real photo. Not an artist's drawing. Shows the streetcar and the electrical infrastructure. Hmmmmmm Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: what power lines? they barely show up next to all those street lights.

Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: it's about as much wire as a power pole has to power street lights and it's next to a linear park. I'd rather have that than a bunch of parking lots | By Kevin C Idea Title: You gotta love all those poles and wires... Number of Seconds 0

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also, please don't steal other people's photos. that's not right. | By Kevin C

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Number of Comments 1 Comment 1: do you mean the street light poles they shared for this? guessing the poles would exist no matter what. | By Kevin C Idea Title: The REAL picture...notice the difference. Wiring? Poles? Most trees are removed. Compare this to the picture on site Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 2 Comment 1: We all know that landscaping is the very last thing in any construction. We all know the city will be over budget, therefore a bush here and there. Remove 80 ft. trees that remove pollution of thousands of pounds per year and replace with 15 ft. trees that are 80% less effective due to their reduced of size. Trees remove carbon dioxide. I want clean air in Brookside. Not this stupid waste of money and resources. What? People are going to be riding the streetcar to Brookside, for what? Oh, to check out SW High School.....UNACCREDITED. Why should only rich children get a great education. This abuse of the people by our government is disgusting. Education should always be the number one goal of any civilized society. H E L L O. Spend millions on this. Spend 2.5 million on this study, alone. And forget the kids of Kansas City. Shame on us. | By Charlotte R Comment 2: wonder what it will look like when they finish the linear park it runs by? | By Kevin C Idea Title: Salt Lake City, Utah installation in October, 2013, THIS is what you are getting. But remove those trees. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: THIS is how I want the street to look...Nextrail. Trees, quiet, clean air, and NO streetcar. THIS is why we live here. Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0

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Topic Name: The function of a streetcar on 31st Street/Linwood Boulevard Idea Title: Bridging gaps Idea Detail: not literally, but figuratively. helping someone without a car easily get from their neighborhood to a commercial or job destination Idea Author: Kevin C Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: It All Depends... Idea Detail: If the streetcar operates only between Main and Prospect, it will have little value except to shuttle transit riders between the major north-south bus routes. That's a major part of what the Route 31 bus does today. Route 31 also serves major destinations well beyond the Main-to-Prospect segment: PVCC on the west, and Blue Ridge Crossing on the far east. These will continue to be major destinations, and transit riders will need continued high level bus service in this long transit corridor in order to avoid forced transfers. Now.... IF WE PLAN for a very intense and vibrant mixed-use urban corridor between Main and Prospect --Linwood is better suited for this because it already has some anchor uses plus enough right-of-way to create a "Great Street" a la FOCUS -- then the streetcar could make sense. But ONLY if the City and community leaders and investors are determined to make other development decisions to make it happen. Idea Author: Ron M Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: Transit to Truman Sports Complex Idea Detail: The fact that no transit solution has been developed in the 40 years of Truman Sports Complex's existence is frustrating to say the least, but RED or BLUE MAX bus lines

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would be much faster, cheaper, and convenient. Adding a streetcar to the stadium traffic will create frustration. Idea Author: Bryan S Number of Seconds 0 Number of Comments 0 Idea Title: That is up to that neighborhood. Idea Detail: Not my concern. I don't live there Idea Author: T C Number of Seconds 0

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Survey: Streetcar Financing Strategy Question: Who should pay for the cost of the streetcar expansion? People that most directly benefit should pay. : 5 Your suggestion : 4 A Heavy toll on I 35 locals Paid for by the people who ride it, just like the buses. NO TAX DOLLARS SHOULD BE USED!!! To build: sales tax with a sunset. Then for maintenaince, pool fund (KCMO GF, KCATA, other) Streetcar expansion should be a cost shared by the whole city. : 7 Comments Number of Comments 3 Comment 1: The majority of streetcar funding will come from Federal and state funding, and money from the general and transportation funds. No TDD will ever be able to generate even 50% of the construction and maintenance costs. It would be unethical (and should be illegal) to exclude *all* taxpayers in the city from voting for this expensive/controversial project. | By Bryan S Comment 2: What state funding? In the 2013 budget the entire source of state money for urban transit is federal funds. This fund is $15 million to share with every urban area. For the 2014 budget the state added $1 million from state sources. A mile of track is $50 million. So if KC received all of that we could build a third of a mile and the system is looking to add about 10 miles worth. | By Kevin C Comment 3: two seperate ballot items property taxes along each line, like 2-4 blocks or so 1% sales tax in the core area of service

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and a city-wide like 1/8% to replace what the city's taking from the busses. | By Kevin C

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