Smart Moves was developed in 2002 as a cooperative initiative of the Mid-America Regional Council, the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, Johnson County Transit, and Unified Government Transit. Smart Moves provides analysis and design studies for the transit system in Kansas City. Smart Moves' Project #398 Kansas City Streetcar analyzes the feasibility of a street car development in downtown Kansas City that will cost an estimated $101 million to construct. Another current project under analysis by Smart Moves is an expansion of rail and bus services from Kansas City to parts of Jackson County for transit-related economic development near major activity centers. The study is expected for completion by the end of Spring 2012.