Recent Work

BikeWalkKC’s professional planning staff offers many educational, professional development, and consulting services to empower citizens, communities, and professionals for excellence in advocating, planning, and engineering.

RECENT WORK

  • Safe Routes to School Strategy
    KANSAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS: From 2014-2016, BikeWalkKC worked with seven partner elementary schools in the Kansas City, MO School District to support students walking and biking to school, and develop a district-wide strategy to achieve those outcomes. Recommendations included identification and investment in priority safe routes to school corridors, focus scarce resources that facilitate walking and biking to school, and provide broader benefits to surrounding neighborhoods.  Click here to view the report.

  • Bicycle Infrastructure Demand Analysis
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI: BikeWalkKC is assisting the City of Kansas City, Missouri with a demand analysis to identify priority corridors and routes for future bicycle infrastructure investments. BikeWalkKC undertook an analysis of wide range of criteria, including, population and employment density, topography, equity and mobility challenges, transit, and many other factors.BikeWalkKC has combined unique local datasets with the latest research and best practice demand modeling methodologies to provide a data-driven approach to bicycle infrastructure decisions. Click here to view the interactive website and report.

  • Armour Blvd Bikeway Engagement & Technical Assistance
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI: Upon learning the city of Kansas City was planning to use CMAQ funding to repaint fading sharrows on Armour Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri, members of the community reached out to BikeWalkKC staff to provide technical support and design services to make the case for traffic calming and roadway re-channelization. BikeWalkKC worked with Kansas City’s Public Works Department to redefine the scope of the project to include dedicated bike lanes along with a significant road diet. The end result will likely be implementation of the metro area’s first protected bike lane. At 1.5 miles long, it would be one of the longest continuous protected bike lanes in the Midwest. Click here to learn more.

  • CompleteKC | Street Design Guidance and Visualization
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI: In 2014 BikeWalkKC developed a campaign to build awareness of the community benefits of complete streets. This campaign was coordinated with a BetterBlockKC event to increase visibility and leverage additional community energy. Ultimately CompleteKC expanded and evolved into an online complete street design resource for community advocates and local public agencies based on national best practices and extensive literature review. Click here to learn more.

  • Kansas City BCycle Bike Share System Planning
    KANSAS CITY REGION: BikeWalkKC staff has extensive experience with all aspects of bike share planning and operations, including analysis and mapping of everything from regional demand to local bicycle network optimization. In 2012 the organization produced a detailed implementation plan that led to the launch of the 12 station starter system in downtown Kansas City, MO. Now at 33 stations, BikeWalkKC conducts nearly all demand analysis and expansion planning for a system that continues to grow. In 2014 BikeWalkKC staff produced a detailed plan that outlined necessary steps to expanding access to bike share for traditionally underserved communities. Click here to view the report.

Ready to get started? Contact us at consulting@bikewalkkc.org.