Has the winter weather kept you off your bike? Do you need a little practice before you tackle the Tour de Bier? Join the Strange Days group ride!
A pedestrian was seriously injured in a crash that occurred on the afternoon of Saturday, March 7. The crash occurred near the intersection of Forest Avenue and Emanuel Cleaver II Boulevard around 3:50 p.m. A pedestrian was attempting to cross the street when they were struck by a driver heading west. No word was available […]
Pedals and pints! Winter can’t last forever. Join BikeWalkKC and Sierra Nevada Brewing at Bier Station for a one-stop Spring celebration shop! Enjoy beer specials while learning how to prepare your bike for spring riding. Our instructors will teach you how to keep your bike in good working order with a few basic tools and some practical know-how. Where: Bier Station 120 E Gregory […]
Help make infrastructure and policy creating safer streets and better biking and walking a priority in the budget.
Speak up for safer streets and better walking and biking at a public budget hearing near you!
This is your chance to learn about the 2021 City of KCMO budget and participate in the process.
Last week City Hall released a proposed budget that includes some promising progress on walking and biking. In addition to the annual budget for the fiscal year starting May 1st, there is a five year capital improvement plan (CIP) that schedules infrastructure projects into the future. Check out some highlights below, and then please help […]
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.
The City of KCMO invites you to an open house concerning redevelopment of the Barney Allis Plaza. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the project and support places for people.
Join the conversation with BikeWalkKC’s #WomenBikeKC crew and the Pink Boots Society at City Barrel Brewing!
Mile 0: preparing for the journey Our history goes back to 2008 and beyond. That year, the League of American Bicyclists published its regular ranking of US bicycle-friendly cities. Kansas City was ranked last among the 50 biggest cities. That list caught the attention of BBC Radio. They came to town and spent two days […]