Do you want safer streets and better walking and biking in KCMO? Speak up at a public budget hearing near you!
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.
Join the conversation with BikeWalkKC’s #WomenBikeKC crew and the Pink Boots Society at City Barrel Brewing!
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. A recent graduate of Kansas State University, Lati will identify pedestrian/bicyclist champions, build relationships, and support the Complete KC vision as a Community Ambassador in […]
Thank you to everyone who came to City Hall yesterday morning to speak up for safer streets and support the Vision Zero resolution at its first City Council hearing. The City Council heard from the loved ones of those lost to unsafe streets, survivors of traffic violence, environmental advocates, as well as BikeWalkKC on the […]
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 most vulnerable road users. There are several upcoming opportunities for YOU to get involved and speak up for better biking and walking; read on to […]
Two young pedestrians were injured in crashes that occurred in different parts of the metro on the afternoon of Monday, January 13. One crash occurred in Kansas City, Kansas. A 13-year-old boy was attempting to cross the street in a crosswalk near South 55th Street and Osage Avenue when he was hit by a driver […]
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.