As you may have seen over the past few weeks, the updated KCMO Bike Plan has been stalled at City Hall because of concerns about the price tag and the trade offs of investing in safer places for people who bike versus other city services. Both of those concerns are due to misinformation about the […]
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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 […]
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 […]
KCMO Mayoral and City Council races: what’s next?
The upcoming races for KCMO Mayor and City Council have made a lot of headlines this week! We are excited to see so many great candidates get involved, and many who are already champions for our vision to reclaim our streets as places for people to build a culture of active living. With the official […]
Where do Lenexa City Council candidates stand on bike issues?
Elections are coming up in Lenexa, where bike lanes and Complete Streets are becoming a priority for residents and part of the discussion at City Hall. Jeff Carroll, an organizer of the I Bike Lenexa grassroots group, has quizzed the candidates and posted their responses. Wards 2 and 4 have contested races with multiple candidates […]
August 5th Election Has Big Opportunities and Big Challenges for Walking and Biking
Streetcar expansion and MoDOT funding are on the ballot. Learn about the pros and cons for walking and bicycling, and cast an educated vote on August 5th.