Star praises bike lanes coming to Southwest Boulevard

“When bicyclists envision a transportation network — bike lanes connecting the area, making it safe to be healthy while getting around — they always sigh in frustration when the route from Johnson County to downtown Kansas City comes up.” See our Southwest-Merriam project page for more information on the plan to add bike lanes in the […]

KCK seeks input on new sidewalk and trails plan

KCK is developing a new plan for sidewalks and trails, and looking for your input in a short online survey or in person at a public meeting. This is a great opportunity for anyone that lives, works, walks, or bikes in KCK! Attend a Public Meeting Monday, March 19, 11am-1pm Donnelly College 608 N 18th […]

Speak up for walking and bicycling in KCK

KCK residents, please take some time speak up for walking and bicycling in the Unified Government's 2013 budget. In January 2011 KCK was the second local city to create a Complete Streets policy to better integrate walking, bicycling, and transit into the community's transportation system. That policy is now becoming reality as the Unified Government […]

Mayor Holland’s listening tour of Wyandotte County

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 […]

Speak up for the Kaw Point Connector Trail in Wyandotte County

Thursday evening the Wyandotte County Commission is considering a project to connect Kaw Point Park with the Riverfront Heritage Trail and the rest of the MetroGreen regional trail system. The Commission is divided, and your support is needed to ensure this important connection moves forward. The majority of the cost to build this connection is […]