What are your priorities for places for people in Kansas City?
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 […]
The UG Public Health Department’s new Director lays out her vision for navigating transportation infrastructure and healthy communities.
Join BikeWalkKC for a conversation with Dina Newman, Director of UMKC’s Center for Neighborhoods. Walking and biking are important to the health of our communities, along with many other things […]
Pick up the phone, type out an email, or write a letter: your voice is necessary to create the community you want to live in. When you speak up for […]
Call TODAY to help the trail community stop the sale of public land used for part of the Blue River Parkway Trail! A local developer is proposing to the Jackson […]
BikeWalkKC believes our streets should be places for people, but in Kansas City they have historically been inaccessible as a place for black and indigenous people of color to occupy […]
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 […]
Making our streets places for people includes making sure black and brown people feel safe from harassment, traffic violence, and police brutality.
Thursday in KCMO was a prime example of the power of teamwork. The City Council passed two resolutions supporting places for people: Vision Zero and an update to the City’s […]