•Raytown: A $433,125 grant will help fund a 10-foot wide bicycle-pedestrian asphalt path along the south side of Missouri 350 from Blue Ridge Boulevard to Maple Avenue. The path is part of the city’s Highway 350 Corridor Plan.

“This addition will allow pedestrian and bicycle users to hopefully alleviate some of the traffic along Missouri 350,” said Beth Linn, Raytown community development director.

The total cost will be $577,500, including the city’s share.

Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/02/08/2641201/bike-riders-walkers-get-a-piece.html#ixzz1DVucccid

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