When the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, known as the KATY, canceled its route from Machens to Sedalia, the railroad’s loss became a gain for hikers and cyclists. The 200 miles of converted rail bed, now known as the KATY Trail, is an economic engine that falls short of reaching Kansas City — but that could be changing.
On Wednesday's Up to Date, we find out what’s next for the KATY Trail, and how it might expand.
- Mike Sanders, Jackson County Executive
- Eric Rogers, executive director and co-founder of BikeWalkKC