Midtown neighbors voice strong support for Complete Streets

At a public meeting at the Westport Presbyterian Church on Monday, April 16th, over 120 people gathered to learn about how Kansas City, Missouri’s Complete Street ordinance will affect Midtown. Attendees included residents, business owners, and people who work, shop, and play in Midtown. Even a group of Boy Scouts was taking part!      […]

BikeWalkKC opposes privatizing Westport streets and sidewalks

This week City Hall is again considering a proposal from Westport bar owners to privatize streets and sidewalks in the neighborhood. BikeWalkKC is opposing this plan because it is contrary to our mission of redefining our streets as places for people to build a culture of active living. It undermines many city plans to make […]

How Do I Bike from Midtown to Downtown? Mapping the Barriers

On my bike ride into the office this morning, I got to thinking about the indirect route I have to take in order to avoid uncomfortable, high speed streets. That’s not to say that I won’t bike in more stressful traffic situations, I just prefer not to. So I’m burdened with a challenge each morning: […]