- US 69 Bridges over the Missouri River
- 2015 City Policy Agenda
- Dear Mayor postcards
- Where Should The Bike Lanes Go?
- Questions 1-2-3: Join the Healthy, Sustainable Neighborhoods Coalition
- Route 92 Centennial Bridge
- City Council Listening Events
- Action Alert: Save federal funding for walking and bicycling
- Armour Boulevard Traffic and Parking Study
- Guidelines for group rides in Prairie Village and Mission Hills
- 2012 Budget Hearings
- Safe Streets KC
- 2015 KCMO Elections
- About MidtownKC Walks
- BikeWalkKC position on Streetcar extension to the riverfront
- Issue Paper: Missouri Transportation Sales Tax - Bicycle and Pedestrian Issues
Advocacy Blog Posts
Learn about the latest plans for a trail connecting Downtown with the Old Northeast. Your support and action has helped us improve this project, and the upcoming open house is an important milestone.
Kansas City’s new Crosswalk Crew is hard at work this summer updating intersections with fresh paint and upgrading them to the highly visible “ladder” and “continental” style crosswalks. We applaud the City Manager’s Office, the Public Works Department, Mayor, and City Council for prioritizing crosswalks in the City budget and making much-needed investments in better crosswalks.
20 miles of on-street bike lanes and other facilities are coming 2015 after the City Council committed $250,000 to being implementing the new bike plan.
KCK Mayor Mark Holland is heading out on a listening tour of the community, stopping at several locations to hear from residents about concerns, questions, and ideas. This is a great opportunity to talk with the Mayor about improving walking and biking in KCK. Mayor Mark Holland’s Listening Tour May 26: Northwest Middle School (5:30 […]
The City of KCMO has identified forty-six streets as good candidates for road diets – an idea that re-purposes underutilized roadway space to create places for people to walk and bike. The first road diet is already scheduled for this year. Video of the April 2nd Public Works presentation to the City Council’s Transportation and […]
You spoke up and KDOT heard you loud and clear. Big thanks to everyone who wrote a letter, attended a public meeting, or sent an email.
The Kansas City region took a big step forward last Monday night by approving the Overland Park Comprehensive Bicycle Master Plan. In February the Planning Commission unanimously recommended the plan and after much discussion, the Governing Body of Overland Park adopted the plan by a vote of 10-1. See the plan in its entirety here. […]
This week the Prairie Village City Council adopted a 2016 budget that includes sidewalk improvements for a stretch of Mission Road near Shawnee Mission East High School and St. Ann Catholic School. Neighborhood residents organized the request after recent traffic crashes on this popular route for students walking to school. The Prairie Village Post has […]
Joe Blankenship, BikeWalkKC Safe Routes to School Planner, says that since Overland Park is second largest city in our region this plan shows that bicycles matter in the KC region.
Come to the Overland Park City Council to support an ambitious plan for 250 miles of bike on-street bike routes throughout the city.