Climb on board as we follow three Kansas City residents as they navigate daily life on our regional bus system. One surprising point agreed upon from both those who need to use it and those who want to use it: It may be the key to a stronger community.
Public Works? The Cost of Our Aging Infrastructure is a months-long project taking you underneath the pavement to tackle the state of our water and sewers. We track the state of highways and bridges in Kansas and Missouri. We take a closer look at our public transit system. And, perhaps most importantly, we convene policymakers and industry leaders in search of solutions.
— The three stories of Part 2, including “The Bus Riders,” will be part of one larger story that runs at 7:30 p.m. on March 30 on KCPT. Find other articles on the metro’s infrastructure here, and follow the project with #KCpublicworks.
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