Anthony Saluto Ghost-Bike Rack Dedication

Join the Saluto family, Lorrie Brown, and BikeWalkKC in honoring the life of Anthony Saluto with ceremony dedicating a special “ghost-bike” rack in his memory.  The ceremony will take place on Sunday, April 14 at 3pm at City Market Park in Kansas City, Missouri. If you’re not familiar with Anthony’s story, you can read more […]

Where the KCMO Candidates Stand on Bikes and Pedestrians

Primary Election is Tuesday, April 2nd. Read our policy platform, which outlines the big bike/ped issues in KCMO and was shared with all candidates. Candidate Questionnaire and Responses See the questions we asked and read the candidates’ responses below. All voters will see the Mayor and At-Large Council races on their ballots. The “in-district” council races […]

Public Meetings: KCMO Budget Hearings

 KCMO has been making some great strides towards improving active transportation considerations in our city. Come to a budget hearing to learn about their goals for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 and to encourage the City to prioritize walking and bicycling! Note that each meeting is in a different location: Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 6-8pm Southeast Community Center […]

Partner Profile: Health Forward Foundation

One of the benefits of working with local foundations is the deeply connected relationship a nonprofit builds with the organization. Since our very early days, BikeWalkKC has been a recipient of support from the Health Forward Foundation (HFF, formerly the Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City). The Health Forward Foundation advocates for healthy and equitable communities […]

How to get the most out of a public meeting

Do you ever wonder how you can affect change in your own neighborhood? Policy Coordinator Michael Kelley shares how you can join the conversation at public meetings and speak up for what matters to you. BikeWalkKC regularly works in both the advocacy and planning realms to foster policy and changes to the built environment that […]