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Envisioning Light Rail in Kansas City
By Indy Media / filmsforaction.org
May 1, 2009

Imagine KC from Arnold Imaging on Vimeo.



You know you're a nerd when an animation of parking lots being replaced with sweet, well-designed density gives you goosebumps. And I, my friends, am a nerd. This video created by ArnoldImaging for Kansas City Public Television asks how, within a decade, alternative transit would change life in Kansas City, where the average resident currently spends the equivalent of six work weeks per year in a car. Although I'm not totally convinced that light rail equals solar panels and romance, I know it brings walkable transit-oriented development and sidewalk cafes. Awesome.

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