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 […]

BikeWalkKC at Run 816

Join us for a morning run and social hour with our friends at Run 816. Meet at 8AM for the group run, or stop by a little later. Get the latest scoop on all things Tour de Bier 2019 and meet your neighbors who are redefining our streets as places for people!

Northeast traffic calming projects demonstrate impact

We are excited to share preliminary results from the two quick build projects we launched last fall in the Historic Northeast in partnership with Children’s Mercy Kansas City, the KCMO Public Works Department, and K&G Striping. As you might recall, BikeWalkKC was awarded a grant from the Aetna Foundation in late 2017 to conduct community […]

5 gifts you can give your neighborhood

By now, most of us have checked all the usual suspects off our lists: slippers for Grandma, books for all the nieces and nephews, and a squeaky toy for the dog. But have you ever considered how to share the holiday spirit with your neighbors? Whether you squeeze it in to your holiday break, or […]

The littlest pedestrians learn walking safety

Before we pedal, we walk, and while preschool kids are too young for our Bicycle Lessons and Safety Training, they are definitely ready for pedestrian safety lessons! Earlier this fall, we taught the basics of walking safely to children at Columbus Park YMCA and Park Hill YMCA Head Start programs and to a LINC ice […]

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 […]