In recognition of the upcoming World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, we are proud to support the members of Girl Scouts Troop 2074, who are working to make streets safer for everyone who uses them. The young advocates will share what they learned with their families and friends, creating a culture of active […]
Support BikeWalkKC’s grant applications to improve the region’s safety and mobility, and see what other projects our local community is applying for federal funding.
An important part of BikeWalkKC’s work is to shed light on the toll that traffic violence takes on vulnerable road users and to help ensure they are not forgotten. Whether it be for Anthony Saluto, Ezrayel Hill, or the countless others, we want the public to see that failing to build a transportation network for […]
There’s a gender gap in bicycling. From utility cyclists who ride everywhere they go because that’s their sole mode of transportation, to mountain bikers and professional racers, more men ride bikes than women and non-binary people. BikeWalkKC launched an initiative to address that disparity in 2014, and we’ve come a long way in the last […]
Take this survey to help prioritize infrastructure and ask questions about walking, biking, and transit for the City Manager Finalists! KCMO is choosing a new, permanent city manager and there are some good opportunities to weigh in very soon. The finalists and their current affiliations are: Milton Dohoney Jr. – Assistant City Manager; Phoenix, AZ […]
A safe and easy way to exit the cycletrack while it’s still under construction.
Together with our partners in the Healthy Communities Wyandotte Policy Committee, BikeWalkKC is advocating for the adoption of a Complete Streets ordinance as a means of improving the built environment and health outcomes in Wyandotte County. In the age of COVID-19, such legislation has taken on increased significance as a means of supporting frontline workers […]
Since the summer of 2019, BikeWalkKC has been working with our partners at Missourians for Responsible Transportation (MRT) to provide technical assistance to a number of rural communities working to improve elements of active transportation on their streets and trail systems. A key focus of that assistance has been with policy. At the request of […]
A pedestrian was struck and killed in a crash on Friday, June 19. The crash occurred near 47th and Broadway at 5:45 pm. According to police, the pedestrian was attempting to cross the street at the mid-block section of 47th Street when they were struck by a driver heading west. The driver stopped at the […]
The City of North Kansas City has a virtual town hall on Tuesday, September 22 at 6 p.m. Read on to learn more and how you can share your thoughts on the improvements. The purpose of the meeting will be to once again discuss the future of the Armour Road Complete Street improvements, which were […]