BikeWalkKC envisions a region where the majority of residents live in communities with Complete Streets policies – the simple idea that roads should be designed and built to include everyone – walkers, cyclists, children, seniors, the disabled, transit riders, and even motorists.
Today over 1.1 million peple live in the eight metro cities with Complete Streets or Livable Streets policies, covering 56% of the region’s population:
- Lee’s Summit, MO (November 2010)
- Kansas City, MO (December 2017)
- Kansas City, KS (April 2011)
- Leawood, KS (May, 2011)
- Independence, MO (June 2011)
- Johnson County, KS (Unincorporated areas, September 2011)
- Blue Springs, MO (September 2011)
- Roeland Park, KS (October, 2011)
- Grandview, MO (November, 2011)
- Belton, MO (January 2012)
- Overland Park, KS (April 2012)
- Westwood, KS (October, 2020)
- Kansas City, KS (November, 2020)
Regional Policy Examples
Additionally, the Mid-America Regional Council’s Transportation 2040 plan includes many Complete Streets concepts that are being integrated into the metro area’s transportation planning.
Get Complete Streets in your city!
BikeWalkKC can help with technical assistance to cities and counties, advocacy training and campaign planning for residents, and much more. Contact us today to learn how.