The opportunity for the public to speak up about the 2018-2019 budget for Kansas City, Missouri got off and running this past Saturday at Christ the King Church in Waldo. Like many religious organizations in the region, the church is seen by many not only as a space to be shared with the public for […]
Glenda Taylor was hit and killed on June 7th, 2015 while warming up for the Kansas State Time Trial Championships in the town of Walnut, in southeast Kansas. Last week the motorist who killed Glenda was sentenced to serve just 60 days in jail. He pled guilty as part of plea deal agreed to by […]
Updated 4/5/2016 Fox 4 reports that the bicyclist killed Sunday evening was Anthony Saluto. Anthony was on his way home from work at the Opera House Coffee & Food Emporium in the River Market. Police are still questioning the motorist and no charges have been filed yet. Our thoughts and prayers are with the […]
Shorter days and daylight savings time mean more of us are commuting during times when the sun glare is especially bad. Here are some tips to keep everyone safe – people who walk, people who bike and people who drive automobiles.
what deserves the brunt of the blame is the culture that values car traffic efficiency over the safety of human lives.
KC Downtown Streetcar construction doesn't begin in earnest until 2014, but the City has already installed the first piece of track on the newly-replaced Main Street bridge over I-670 (South Loop). This is a great opportunity for cyclists to get some practice riding with streetcar tracks. Be sure to check out our Streetcar and Bikes […]
School's out and the kids can't wait to play outside and ride their bikes in the sunshine. Whether biking to the pool or taking an evening spin around the neighborhood, there are a few safety guidelines to keep in mind. Maggie Priesmeyer, Education and Outreach Coordinator, provides some useful tips. 1. Remember your safety […]
The streets are plowed, the driveways are cleared, the cars are dug out, and the kids are back in school. Now it's time to make sure the sidewalks are also clear. Our friends and neighbors are counting on all of us to clear our sidewalks so everyone can get to work, to school, to the […]
The sidewalks along Belleview in Midtown are once again blocked by signs warning motorists of road closures related to the construction at the West Edge project. The photos below are represtentative of conditions on every block of Belleview between Westport Road and Ward Parkway, on both sides of the street. This is a violation of […]
Shorter days mean more of us are commuting during times of significant sun glare. Here are some tips to keep everyone safe – people who walk, people who bike and people who drive automobiles. People who walk When crossing the street, be aware of drivers that are facing into the sun, as they will have […]