Prospect Avenue has been identified as a “Corridor of Concern” for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. On Friday, March 27th BikeWalkKC will join local, state, and federal partners in a safety assessment of the corridor.
BikeWalkKC’s Professional Development Series helps transportation professionals and public agency staff design and build better, safer, and more useful bike/pedestrian facilities. Our goal is to improve the practice of bike/ped in the metro area by educating professionals, sharing best practices, and providing real world experience of local facilities from perspective of people who walk and […]
Join us in showing appreciation for the transit drivers who help Kansas Citians get to work, school, and more!
Want to work for BikeWalkKC? We are hiring a Communications and Membership manager who is an effective communicator, has extensive professional experience with social and traditional media, and can manage events and programs. But more importantly we are seeking a person who shares our passion for transformational change toward a more walkable, bikeable and accessible […]
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.
Congratulations, Caroline! Caroline Helmkamp was honored with the UMB Senior Sportswoman Award at the WIN for KC luncheon on February 12. Caroline has been a staple in the biking community, and is also an outstanding BikeWalkKC volunteer and educator. Awardees are recognized for their contributions and achievements in sports and fitness. Congratulations, Caroline! Handlebar Happy […]
In October, Joe Blankenship started with BikeWalkKC as the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) planner. Joe has already jumped in by working with area districts and schools to identify ten schools that could benefit from the SRTS program’s community conversations and planning opportunities. About Joe Joe Blankenship came to the Kansas City region by way […]
The Mayor and City Council need to hear that there is strong support for moving forward with the final piece of Turkey Creek Trail in Johnson County.
Support the OP bike plan at Monday’s City Plan Commission hearing. Over 30 miles of bike lanes and sharrows are planned for 2015!
what deserves the brunt of the blame is the culture that values car traffic efficiency over the safety of human lives.