Behind the Scenes w/ the Queer Eye Film Crew

Join the RideKC transit family as we go behind the scenes with the local production crew who brought Queer Eye in Kansas City to our screens. We’ll talk PrideKC, Queer Eye, and public transit!

First phase of Jackson County Rock Island Trail opens to the public

Last Saturday leaders from Jackson County and several area cities celebrated a ribbon cutting for the first phase of the much-anticipated Rock Island Trail, the first re-use of an old rail corridor that will eventually become a multi-modal bike/ped/transit corridor linking Kansas City and its southeast suburbs and on to the Katy Trail State Park. […]

VIDEO: KCMO City Council Candidate Forum

On Monday, May 20, BikeWalkKC and the Kansas City Regional Transit Alliance (KCRTA) hosted a forum for the candidates of the KCMO City Council. The event took place in the Truman Forum Auditorium at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library. The event was sponsored by TranSystems. NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, we […]

The Multimodal Route to Affordable Housing

By the BikeWalkKC Policy Team, Eric Bunch and Michael Kelley It’s no secret that Kansas City (like the rest of the region and the nation) has an affordable housing problem. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) defines affordability as when a household spends no more than 30% of its income on housing-related […]

Community Meeting: Independence Ave.

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 […]

Transit Advocacy is a reason to #FeelGoodFriday

While BikeWalkKC spends a good amount of time addressing issues related to active transportation (specifically biking and walking), we understand that a true multimodal system of transportation is what will benefit the Kansas City region today and in the future. In addition to biking and walking, we also support efforts to increase access to transit […]

KC-APA 2018 Symposium – Bicycle Blueprint

Hear from local and national experts and learn best practices on bicycle planning and transit integration, including BikeWalkKC’s own Thomas Morefield. Click here to learn more and to register: http://kc-apa.org/event-details.php?eid=126

Transportation-Moving Towards Solutions: Social Service Summit IV

Join other non-profits at The Independence Social Service Summit IV. This is the fourth year of bringing a variety of social service agencies together which support the citizens of Independence. Be prepared to make connections, brainstorm partnership opportunities and receive valuable education. Regardless of the population you serve (elderly, youth, furry friends, etc.), there are likely untapped […]

Swope/Prospect Connectivity Community Meeting

Join MARC, BikeKC, RideKC, the City of KCMO and MoDOT KC for a joint community meeting for two Planning Sustainable Places projects – Connecting Swope & Prospect Ave Right-of-Ways Study. The community meeting format will consist of a 15-minute presentation on Connections Across 71 Highway (to begin at 6:00 p.m.) followed by a 15-minute presentation […]