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 […]
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 […]
2013 was a great year for walking and bicycling, but even greater things are in store for 2014. New projects are in the pipeline, and important decisions will be made […]
This year's Tour de Bier KC is going to be bigger, better and more German than ever! Pre-order a Tour de Bier KC jersey, inspired by the old-school, vintage wool […]
In June of 2011 the City of Independence adopted one of the region's first Complete Streets policies, and immediately kicked off a planning effort to implement the new policy. In […]
Opening the Kaw and Missouri River levees for trail development is an important priority for the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, KS. These trails are critical components of the […]
Executive Director Eric Rogers on why we founded BikeWalkKC to make biking and walking simple answers to some of KC's biggest challenges.
BikeWalkKC's Sarah Shipley on how a doctor's proscription to walk helped save her grandfather, and how you can support our work to get more people in Kansas City walking.
Julie is a BikeWalkKC member who walks her kids to school to get more quality time with them and to improve the whole family's health. You can help us get more people walking and biking by making a tax deductible contribution today.