The Harry Wiggins Trolley Track Trail: This popular path for walkers, runners and cyclists is located in south Kansas City. Cutting through the Brookside and Waldo neighborhoods, the trail was the site of Kansas City’s last streetcar line. It’s six miles long, running from Volker Boulevard to 85th Street and Prospect Avenue. A large part of the trail surface is made of compacted, crushed limestone. A few areas are paved.
Who to Contact:
For information about leasing, maintenance, cleanup, security or vandalism, contact Lesa George, KCATA project and property manager, at 816-346-0202 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
An area on the southern portion of the trail are blocked off for safety reasons: between Troost and Woodland. This stretch of the trail will remained closed. Barriers have been placed on the trail and signs will be installed to direct trail users to travel on the detour on 85th Street between Troost and Woodland.
Additionally, we have put asphalt on a small portion of the trail just south of Waldo to 77th St., for several hundred feet.