The City of Kansas City, Mo., and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) are holding a community meeting today for discussion of the planned $54 million Prospect MAX bus rapid transit (BRT) line.
Anyone interested in attending is invited to the event, which will go from 4:30 t0 6:30 pm, at the offices of Alphapointe at 7501 Prospect Avenue.
Public input is being requested on the features, technology and transit services planned or under consideration for the Prospect corridor. These include:
There will be brief remarks by various city officials at 5 pm. Attendees will then be welcome to visit various stations to learn about and provide feedback about the project and features.
KCATA is seeking $38 million in federal funds, and $16 million in local funding. During the meeting, the City and KCATA will provide an update on Prospect MAX funding.