North Kansas City Bicycle Master Plan

North Kansas City’s award winning Bicycle Master Plan outlines a comprehensive network of bicycle facilities that connects and serves all parts of the community, and details strategies to implement this network over time in coordination with other City priorities, infrastructure improvements, and economic development. Research and case studies across the country demonstrate that more people […]

Community Dashboard

Data is a powerful tool for engaging the community and advocating for change. BikeWalkKC’s Community Dashboard helps us measure the pace of change in making our streets places for people.

Complete Streets in Rural Missouri

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 new Master Plan to guide KCMO’s future

A city’s safety and comfort for people who walk and bike is largely determined by the design of its neighborhoods and built environment. Next week there is a great opportunity for individuals and community advocates to speak up and start influencing a new master plan that will shape how our city will develop and grow […]

Request the Traffic Calming Lending Library’s Bollards

Please fill out this form to request bollards from BikeWalkKC Traffic Calming Lending Library. We will reply to within one business day. All loans are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Borrowers will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding and to provide a refundable deposit.

Look what you did! More than 100 new bike infrastructure projects since 2018

In 2018 BikeWalkKC compiled a database of bike infrastructure throughout the Kansas City region. With more than 1,300 infrastructure bike, trail, and shared use path segments totaling more than 700 miles, this database provides a comprehensive snapshot of where and how bicycle infrastructure is connecting our communities. We are in the process of updating our bike […]

Matt and his niece are preparing to cross the street at a striped crosswalk with temporary yellow and white curb extensions. Text reads, "What is a walkable neighborhood?"

Is your neighborhood walkable? How to conduct a “walk audit”

How do you move through your neighborhood? Do you feel comfortable walking or rolling, or is driving the only safe mode? A walkable community connects neighbors and builds strong and resilient relationships, improves public health, and builds wealth for people who live there. Good sidewalks and safe intersections provide access to services and jobs and […]