KC students experience Dodge Street

Twenty-two Blue Valley Southwest High School students from Kansas City journeyed to Omaha (with their marketing/broadcast class instructor, of course) to become a video production crew for a day. After three hours of filming at seven different locations, two rounds of edits in four hours and twelve pizzas cashed, the students were ready to showcase their awesome ‘We Don’t Coast’ experiences.

The sixth in a series of seven, Dodge Street corridor.

“We had our tour guide Steve Gordon give us a lift so we could have our own We Don’t Coast experience on Dodge Street.”

Dodge Street’s center lane, often referred to as “Suicide Lane”, is reversible, changing direction twice a day to accommodate commuter traffic. Another quirk of Dodge Street is the restriction of making left-hand turns, which is often ignored, resulting in the traffic backup.

Many thanks to Steve Gordon of RDQLUS Creative for helping with this experience.

Learn more about how this video came to life here.

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