The first episode of a twelve-part series describes examples of community successes in Lee’s Summit, Troost Corridor and Shawnee, KS., as well as work now underway across the region.
What should our region look like in 20, 30 or 40 years? How can Greater Kansas City build a sustainable future? In April, 2009 KCPT and the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) are partnered on an innovative community engagement project that spanned seven months, involved thousands of citizens and culminated with a live program involving citizens at home, on campuses around the Metro and in the KCPT studio.
The results will shape local decisions for years to come as elected officials, planners and other local leaders use the feedback from this project to shape their own ideas about how our region can become more sustainable.
Imagine KC is a co-production between KCPT & MARC
Imagine KC Project team
Bridging The Gap
Kansas City Public Television
Mid-America Regional Council
One KC Voice
Regional Transit Alliance
University of Kansas
Burns & McDonnell
Johnson County Government
Mr. Goodcents Foundation
Major funding for this project is provided by the Federal Highway Administration.