Learn about North Kansas City’s proposed Bike Master Plan and give feedback!
Celebrate Bike Month with cycling friends from across the region! We will gather at 4pm at KCMO City Hall for an update on bike projects hitting the streets in 2019, and then ride together to Boulevard Tours & Recreation Center. There we will enjoy Two Wheeler Wednesday from 5-7pm, with great food and drink specials and plenty of fun for all.
For the next few Feel Good Fridays, we’ll be discussing the KCMO Bike Plan. Read on to learn more! If you haven’t heard already, the City of Kansas City, Missouri is going through the process of adopting an updated version of the Bike KC Master Plan. There’s a lot of information in this new plan, […]
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 […]
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!
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 […]
Join BikeWalkKC and the Jackson County Rock Island Railroad Authority for a group ride to Kauffman Stadium to see the Royals play the Cleveland Indians.
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 […]
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.
You may have spied something new in the green paint going down on Armour Boulevard in KCMO: a green box at some intersections, adjacent to the bike lanes and in front of automobile traffic and the crosswalks. These “queue boxes” or “two-stage left turn” boxes offer cyclists a safe way make left turns from a right-side […]