What are your priorities for places for people in Kansas City?
It’s that time of year again: sun is shining, the smell of summer cookouts are in the air, and the PIAC meetings are right around the corner! The city’s Public […]
A young woman was struck and killed by a speeding driver in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 21. The crash happened shortly before 3 a.m. near the intersection […]
Join us for a conversation with Matt Davis, Rock Island Program Manager and Senior Planner with Jackson County Parks + Rec. Get the latest news and updates on the rail trail and hear about future plans for the corridor!
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 […]
A young person was struck by a driver while skateboarding in the Northland on the evening of Sunday, May 17. The crash occurred shortly before 10:15 p.m. The victim was […]
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 […]
Since the adoption of the Complete Streets ordinance in 2017, the City of KCMO has been working to find opportunities to improve the built environment for all road users. The […]
A pedestrian was critically injured after being struck by two separate drivers in KCMO on Thursday, April 30. The crash occurred some time before 10 p.m. The pedestrian was initially […]