Bicycling is under attack in Jefferson City! Help us beat back two horribly anti-bike bills in the General Assembly.
Bicycling is under attack in Jefferson City. Ask your rep to vote against removing bikes from Missouri's new transportation plan.
City returns a $960,000 federal grant to build an important part of this regionally significant trail corridor.
Kansas City was well-represented at this year’s National Bike Summit, the annual gathering of advocates and professionals in Washington, DC. Four of BikeWalkKC’s staff joined delegates from across Kansas, Missouri, and the country to share strategies and visit with our members of Congress. Our visits on Capitol Hill included Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas, […]
Trail and transit plans took a big step forward to today with the announcement that Jackson County has signed an agreement with Union Pacific railroad to purchase the Rock Island line and use it to create a commuter rail line and a trail connection to Missouri's Katy Trail State Park.
The Northland's Line Creek has been recognized as an outstanding development project of 2013. It has received the Kansas City Business Journal's Capstone Award and is a finalist for the Economic Development Corporation's Cornerstone Award. The trail starts near the Missouri River in Riverside and will end north of 152 Hwy in Kansas City by […]
As the KCMO City Council sets 2014-2015 budget, we need your help to let them know that there is strong public support for investing in projects and programs that improve walking and biking. Log onto the an online budget form, attend a community budget meeting, or send an email to the Mayor and Council.
Program would provide new help for cities to finance and build trails, bike lanes, sidewalks, bike share, and more. Please take two minutes to send a message to your reps in Congress.
Register to attend the KC Women’s Bike Summit BikeWalkKC is hosting the region’s first women’s bicycling summit, the KC Women’s Bike Summit on May 10, 2014 in hopes of getting more local women on bikes. “We hope to empower women to get on bicycles and participate in their communities as riders and leaders, and bring […]
The City of Kansas City, MO's 2014 legislative agendas for Congress and the Missouri General Assembly include support for bicycle and pedestrian issues proposed by BikeWalkKC and other allies. We are thankful for the Mayor and City Council's continued support of multimodal transportation in state and federal policies, programs, and funding. KCMO's 2014 Congressional priorities […]