In October, Joe Blankenship started with BikeWalkKC as the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) planner. Joe has already jumped in by working with area districts and schools to identify ten schools that could benefit from the SRTS program’s community conversations and planning opportunities. About Joe Joe Blankenship came to the Kansas City region by way […]
The Mayor and City Council need to hear that there is strong support for moving forward with the final piece of Turkey Creek Trail in Johnson County.
Support the OP bike plan at Monday’s City Plan Commission hearing. Over 30 miles of bike lanes and sharrows are planned for 2015!
what deserves the brunt of the blame is the culture that values car traffic efficiency over the safety of human lives.
Handlebar Happy Hour in Waldo – Feb. 18th Join us on February 18th at Waldo Pizza for a casual meetup with other folks interested in biking, walking, and advocacy. Learn about BikeWalkKC’s programs, classes, and upcoming events. Get the details. Speak up for bike/ped on KC’s boulevards and parkways Kansas City’s boulevards and parkways are […]
KC’s famous boulevard and parkway system is a great place to walk and bike, but it can be even better. Let our city leaders know that you support bike/ped in new design standards for parkways and boulevards.
Final opportunity to learn about OP’s new bike plan and the bike lanes planned for installation in 2015
Share your thoughts and suggestions about sidewalks in Blue Springs.
Joel Dyke passed away recently, and Chuong Doan was seriously injured in a car crash. Here are details of fundraisers for both families, and a memorial ride for Joel.
2014 was a great year for walking and biking in Kansas City. Across the region 2014 brought new trails, new bike lanes, expanded education programs, improved public policy, new funding, and a growing consensus that walking and biking are important for the health, sustainability, and competitiveness of Kansas City. These are just a few highlights of […]