Wichita passenger rail supporters will get a jump on National Train Day this Friday during a press conference at Union Station building in Wichita.
Though National Train Day is on Saturday, organizers say the 4 p.m. press conference on Friday will provide "significant updates" on passenger rail advocacy in Kansas. Wichita officials say they'll release a major statement regarding rail.
Vice Mayor Pete Meitzner will lead the event; local business representatives who serve on his local Steering Committee will join him.
Wichita is rich in public art. It is a point of pride for this town, and with this beautiful spring weather, now is the time to seek it out.
If you want to see Wichita’s newest project, head to Old Town. A relatively little known public art installation is going in along the west wall of the railway corridor off 1st Street on Santa Fe. It is called “Rails and Wheels,” and the first stages of this major installation are ready for view.