“Any number of roads in Kansas City will drop you into a driving nightmare.

Pavement narrows. Shoulders crumble. Or they take dangerous curves, or fill with overwhelming traffic.

The city wants to fix such roads, and lists dozens of them in a public resolution asking voters on April 4 to approve a series of general obligation bonds.

The road and bridge projects are scattered across all six City Council districts, representing some $450 million worth of work. That’s the majority of the total $800 million in bonds the city is seeking. The rest would address sidewalks, flood control and public buildings.”

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