- US 69 Bridges over the Missouri River
- 2015 City Policy Agenda
- Speak up for walking and biking in the KCMO budget
- Dear Mayor postcards
- Where Should The Bike Lanes Go?
- Questions 1-2-3: Join the Healthy, Sustainable Neighborhoods Coalition
- Route 92 Centennial Bridge
- City Council Listening Events
- Action Alert: Save federal funding for walking and bicycling
- Armour Boulevard Traffic and Parking Study
- Guidelines for group rides in Prairie Village and Mission Hills
- 2012 Budget Hearings
- Safe Streets KC
- 2015 KCMO Elections
- About MidtownKC Walks
- BikeWalkKC position on Streetcar extension to the riverfront
- Issue Paper: Missouri Transportation Sales Tax - Bicycle and Pedestrian Issues
Advocacy Blog Posts
This week City Hall is again considering a proposal from Westport bar owners to privatize streets and sidewalks in the neighborhood. BikeWalkKC is opposing this plan because it is contrary to our mission of redefining our streets as places for people to build a culture of active living. It undermines many city plans to make […]
Over the past year City Hall has talked a lot about prioritizing walking and biking, and the proof will be in the 2018 city budget. Will they follow through with real investments in sidewalks, trails, and bike lanes? As the city updates its five year business plan, now is the time for residents to start speaking […]
In an earlier blog post this week, we outlined steps we believe KCMO leadership can take to make real progress on installing bikeways in Kansas City. Many of you have asked what BikeWalkKC is doing and how you can help. What BikeWalkKC is doing Regular meetings with the City Manager, City Councilmembers, and city staff […]
Elections are coming up in Lenexa, where bike lanes and Complete Streets are becoming a priority for residents and part of the discussion at City Hall. Jeff Carroll, an organizer of the I Bike Lenexa grassroots group, has quizzed the candidates and posted their responses. Wards 2 and 4 have contested races with multiple candidates […]
Grand Boulevard and other Downtown bike lanes won’t be coming in 2017, and the problems they face could jeopardize other planned bike lanes around the city. In June of this year, the beleaguered Grand bike lane project was dealt another setback in its long struggle toward implementation. The Federal Highway Administration nixed the City’s latest […]
Ensuring high quality bike/pedestrian access is a core part of the project and is available on opening day
Let’s make sure the vision for Independence’s future includes a multimodal transportation system that improves walking, biking and transit.
Last week, the Lenexa City Council received a presentation on Complete Streets, the concept that city streets should be safe and comfortable for everyone – whether you are driving, biking, walking, in a wheelchair, etc. A good group of 20-plus residents were in attendance to support better biking and walking in Lenexa. While the city […]
Help make northwest Independence more walkable and bikeable!
Share your thoughts about how to make Prairie Village a better place to bike for both transportation and recreation.