Ensuring safe streets means ending street harassment

Ensuring safe streets means ending street harassment Many pedestrians are experiencing harassment on American streets, and it’s hindering their right to a safe trip. The behavior is often represented in the media by a row of men at a work site whistling at a passing woman, but the actions that comprise street harassment can range […]

News of Katy Trail Expansion is Big News for KC Region

News of Katy Trail Expansion is Big News for KC Region One of the most exciting developments for cycling in the KC area came recently, when Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders announced the county was moving forward with a plan to extend the Katy Trail into Kansas City, Mo. On August 11, Sanders said Jackson […]

Let’s keep a great Bike Month alive

Hi BikeWalkKC Friends! We want to thank the thousands of you who came out to our events during Bike Month this past May to celebrate cycling and active living.

 We knew it was going to be a good month after the first event, the KC Women’s Bike Summit, on May 10th. It was the first-ever […]

BikeWalkKC and Kansas City B-cycle Seek to Make Bike Share More Accessible to Low-income Communities

Bikeshare is often touted as healthy, inexpensive, and attractive form of alternative transportation. It is seen as something to catalyze a “healthier and more vibrant” community or a stronger economy or more sustainable region. It is convenient for users and can help them connect to other forms of transit.   At first glance, these benefits […]

Help us design a more walkable and bikeable city!

BikeWalkKC is focusing on a few important issues at the moment and we need your input. We’ve added a few new topics for discussion on our Mind Mixer page that should give you a chance to share your ideas on how to make the KC region more bike and walk friendly. Your input is vital […]