KC Mayor's office releases information about Riverfront Heritage Trail

The office of Kansas City's Mayor Barnes has recently released a summary of the Riverfront Heritage Trail with maps and other details about the trail, which is now under construction along the Missouri and Kaw Rivers near downtown Kansas City.
The Riverfront Heritage Trail is a bi-state nine-mile-long ribbon of green spaces, pedestrian and bicycle paths, historical markers, and dramatic public artworks designed to link and enhance bi-state Kansas City’s historic, cultural and recreational treasures, beginning at the riverfront where Kansas City was born.

The Spirit of Kansas City Regional Scenic Byway will interweave an auto route with the Riverfront Heritage Trail. Trailheads will make it easy for the driver to stop, park, and then cycle or walk the Heritage Trail system.

Read more and view maps and photos in the PDF file on the KCMO web site.

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