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Attend a meeting on the KC Downtown Streetcar Starter Line

KC Streetcar Constructors will host a series of three open-house style, public meetings to meet stakeholders and discuss construction impacts. No formal project
presentations will occur and participants are welcome to arrive and depart according to their schedule. During these meetings, participants will be able to find out more about how streetcar track, station stops, and vehicles are expected to look; the construction schedule and impacts; and how to stay informed with the most accurate information about the project.

Construction will officially start February 2014 on the KC Downtown Streetcar starter line, which will travel along Main Street and connect the River Market through the Central Business District and Crossroads District to Union Station.

Wednesday, January 22

4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Union Station, Grand Hall

30 W. Pershing Rd.

Kansas City, MO


Monday, January 27

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Central Library, Helzberg Auditorium

14 W. 10th St.

Kansas City, MO


Wednesday, January 29

4:30 – 6:30 pm

Arabia Steamboat Museum Atrium

400 Grand Blvd.

Kansas City, MO


For more information, contact Meghan Jansen, public information officer with the KC Streetcar Constructors, at [email protected] or at 816-804-8882, or visit


The two-mile, north-south Kansas City Downtown Streetcar will travel along Main Street and connect the River Market to Crown Center and Union Station, serving the Central Business District, the Crossroads Art District, and the Power and Light District, as well as numerous businesses, restaurants, art galleries, educational facilities and residents.


The KC Streetcar Constructors (KCSC) is the project team building the two-mile Kansas City Downtown Streetcar starter line. KCSC is a joint venture of St. Joseph-based Herzog Contracting Corp. and California rail builder Stacy and Witbeck, Inc.

The KCSC project office opened its doors in November 2013 and is located at 1828 Walnut St., 5th floor in the Corrigan Building. An important goal of the KCSC project team is to minimize construction impacts to businesses, downtown employees, commuters, and residents.

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