Pop-Up Traffic Calming: 10th & Benton

Do you want safer, more walkable streets in your neighborhood? Join BikeWalkKC, city staff, school district representatives, community organizations, and neighborhood leaders to recreate 10th & Benton! Bring the whole family and take part int this fun and engaging activity– this is your chance to build the block that you want! Snacks and drinks will […]

Pop-Up Traffic Calming: Van Brunt & St. John

Do you want safer, more walkable streets in your neighborhood? Join BikeWalkKC, city staff, school district representatives, community organizations, and neighborhood leaders to recreate Van Brunt & St. John! Bring the whole family and take part int this fun and engaging activity– this is your chance to build the block that you want! Snacks and […]

Pop-Up Traffic Calming: Rosedale

Join Rosedale Development Association, BikeWalkKC, business owners, and residents, for a day of reimagining Southwest Boulevard to be more bike and pedestrian friendly. The demonstration will take place on Southwest Boulevard between Iowa and Cherokee Streets. In addition to experiencing the temporary infrastructure, engage with various fun activities and meet your neighbors!    

Traffic-calming demonstration in Rosedale

In 2013, Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri took great steps to make Southwest Boulevard safer for cyclists when they painted bike lanes from the Crossroads District in KCMO all the way to Merriam Lane. These efforts have continued to evolve and improve over the last five years, and a new effort in Rosedale […]

Walk to School Day

Celebrate active living in your community! Join us for International Walk to School Day, right here in the Kansas City metro: When kids walk or bike to school they not only get a daily dose of much-needed physical activity, they also burn off excess energy and arrive in the classroom ready to learn! Greater Kansas City’s […]

Community Meeting: Independence Ave.

RideKC will hold a Community Meeting this Saturday to discuss its Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Planning and Feasibility Study for Independence Avenue, and we want to see you there! The study has major implications for transit users in general and the region as a whole. The 9-mile stretch of Independence Avenue is one of the […]

Bike Club gets an “A”

By David Hansen Through a recent evaluation of the East High School Bike Club thanks to grant support from the Menorah Heritage Foundation, we have confirmed empirically what we already knew anecdotally: Bike Club is gets more kids riding bikes!  Through BikeWalkKC’s partnership with the Menorah Heritage Foundation, BikeWalkKC staff attended the UMKC Bloch School […]

Armour Bike Lanes Ribbon Cutting

Join city leaders, project staff, and project partners for a ribbon cutting and bike ride celebrating Kansas City’s latest Complete Streets achievement!               Coffee graciously provided by Mother Earth Coffee.

UPDATE: One pedestrian killed, one injured in crash on 43rd and Main

Earlier this week, we posted a press release about a crash which occurred on Friday, July 20 which left two female pedestrians injured, with one in critical condition. We just learned yesterday that one of those victims has died. On Tuesday, July 24 21-year-old Haley Elizabeth Hackett died from her injuries. The other victim, Arlan […]