VIDEO: KCMO City Council Candidate Forum

On Monday, May 20, BikeWalkKC and the Kansas City Regional Transit Alliance (KCRTA) hosted a forum for the candidates of the KCMO City Council. The event took place in the Truman Forum Auditorium at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library. The event was sponsored by TranSystems. NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, we […]

RideKC Bike chosen as official operator in KCMO pilot program

E-Bikes and, coming soon, scooters are part of project Today, RideKC Bike was announced as part of the next phase of the City’s dockless shared use mobility program. Look for more RideKC Bike e-bikes on the streets of KC in the coming weeks, and soon the addition of scooters. The City of Kansas City, MO interim dockless program started […]

Partnership Profile: Hope Faith

BikeWalkKC’s partnership with Hope Faith (formerly Hope Faith Ministries) began in 2016 with an Earn-A-Bike course. As a day center providing services for homeless and at-risk adults and children, Hope Faith’s goal was to offer their guests an opportunity to build riding skills and get basic bike maintenance training while earning their own bicycle. The […]

Where the KCMO Candidates Stand on Bikes and Pedestrians

Primary Election is Tuesday, April 2nd. Read our policy platform, which outlines the big bike/ped issues in KCMO and was shared with all candidates. Candidate Questionnaire and Responses See the questions we asked and read the candidates’ responses below. All voters will see the Mayor and At-Large Council races on their ballots. The “in-district” council races […]

5 gifts you can give your neighborhood

Have you ever considered how to share the holiday spirit with your neighbors? Whether you squeeze it in to your holiday break, or start planning now for a project once the weather is a little less frightful, we have a few ideas from our DIY Complete Streets Guide for inexpensive neighborhood spruce-ups that are sure […]

Partnership Profile: RevolveKC

RevolveKC has a mission: get more people on bikes. More specifically, they are “dedicated to providing under-served communities within the Greater Kansas City Region with reliable bicycles for transportation and recreation.” Practically, that means taking in donated, pre-loved bicycles, refurbishing them to a safe and ridable condition, and offering them to customers through Earn-A-Bike programs […]

PRESS RELEASE: Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run on Troost

A pedestrian was struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash early on the morning of Sunday, September 9. The crash took place at the intersection of 81st Street and Troost Avenue. Around 2:45 a.m., police received a call about a woman who was found unconscious in the street. When authorities arrived, the victim was rushed […]