Do you think that connections between major destinations, trails, streets, and other places could be easier to understand? The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA), the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), and many local jurisdictions are working hard to make walking, bicycling, and transit better for you. Come learn about their efforts at this open house.
The City of North Kansas City will host a public open house meeting to provide information about the Burlington improvements and next steps on Wednesday, February 12 from 4-7 p.m. at the iWerx event pavilion.
The City of KCMO, Mid-America Regional Council and the City of Gladstone invite you to the third Open House for the North Oak Complete Streets project.
BikeWalkKC is pleased to welcome Americorps/VISTA member Lati Horton to the policy and advocacy team. Her position is supported by the Kansas City Public Library through The Library VISTA Project. […]
On Monday two children were struck by drivers in the Kansas City region, starkly highlighting the need for more comprehensive policies that improve the built environment and protect our region’s […]
Do you want to feel safe walking in your neighborhood, driving to work, or biking to the store? Join the growing chorus of advocates standing up for the safety of all road users.
The intersection at Southwest Trafficway and Valentine Road is dangerous by design, and plans to make it safer are waiting on action from City Hall.
BikeWalkKC has sought to raise awareness around the shortcomings and opportunities the KC metro faces with regards to climate change. In addition to the release of our second policy brief […]
The key to advocacy of any sort is building community. Neighbors working together to create change is the fuel every movement needs to succeed, and a small group of dedicated […]
We will be releasing a series of policy briefs that highlight the overlap between multimodal transportation and other important issues for the metro. This is the first installment of that […]