Our Safe Routes to School Project at James Elementary in the Old Northeast is delivering a wide range of programs, training, and policies to make it safer and easier for students walk and bike to school – and it's coming to more schools next fall!
Thousands of students, parents, families, and educators across the Kansas City region walked to school on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, as part of International Walk to School Day organized by BikeWalkKC, MARC, and […]
US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx challenges mayors to improve safety walking and biking. KCMO Mayor Sly James takes on the challenge, and BikeWalkKC invites other KC area mayors to join him.
Pilot project to implement an intensive intervention focused on one school and its surrounding neighborhood. The scope of work ranged from direct student programming all the way up to district-wide […]
Students participating in BikeWalkKC's Safe Routes to School project will celebrate National Bike School Day.
This spring BikeWalkKC's successful school-based bike skills curriculum has expanded to four new schools in the KCK and North Kansas City school districts, now serving more than 500 fifth graders […]
Put Those Car Keys Away – October is International Walk to School Month; Celebrate With Thousands of Students from Local Schools by Walking to School in October. Walking to school […]
One of the benefits of working with local foundations is the deeply connected relationship a nonprofit builds with the organization. Since our very early days, BikeWalkKC has been a recipient […]
Over the next two weeks, in a series called #GOVote, we will explore the many reasons BikeWalkKC endorses KCMO Questions 1, 2, 3 on the April 4th ballot. Follow along […]
After a day of intense debate yesterday the KCMO City Council finally agreed on and unanimously approved an infrastructure program to send to voters on April 4th. Despite heavy pressure […]