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This stretch of I-670 downtown will be capped as part of a proposed $160 million project.
Frank Morris
Kansas City lawmakers recently approved millions in state and federal funding for the four-block South Loop project, getting them significantly closer to their fundraising goal. Officials hope the first half of the park could be finished by the 2026 World Cup.
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