by Joseph Miller
Show-Me Institute
July 24, 2014
It would be more expensive for Kansas City to build a proposed new international airport terminal than it would be for the city to repair the existing one. More importantly, available evidence suggests that it is quite possible that the currently projected cost of the proposed new terminal would far exceed potential new sources of revenue that a centralized terminal, as planned, could provide. Therefore, Kansas City should select a more modest terminal repair plan over the proposed new terminal plan.



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