Request the Traffic Calming Lending Library

Please fill out this form to request equipment from BikeWalkKC Traffic Calming Lending Library. We will reply to within two business days. All loans are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Borrowers will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding and to provide proof of event insurance.

Youth & Adult Education Programming

BikeWalkKC operates some of the largest youth development programs for active transportation in the nation (and the only programs in Kansas City), and we are continuing to grow. Four in-school programs, referred to collectively as “Local Spokes,” are offered, each dedicated to educating youth and improving health through training in basic bike handling, maintenance, and […]

Research & Regional Metrics

BikeWalkKC works continuously to develop and refine regional data sources for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.  Most recently, BikeWalkKC developed a regional bike facilities database that synthesizes a variety of regional data source and vets them with aerial and field observations to develop what we believe is the most complete and accurate data on bicycle facilities […]

North Kansas City Bike Share Expansion Outreach

In preparation for a 2017 expansion of the Kansas City B-Cycle bike share system to North Kansas City – the first stations in the network north of the Missouri River – BikeWalkKC assisted North Kansas City with planning and engagement to guide the expansion. BikeWalkKC mobilized community stakeholders and regional advocates to participate in a […]

Bike Safety Brochure

BikeWalkKC, in partnership with Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Center for Childhood Safety, co-created a bicycle safety brochure in spring 2017. The Bicycle Safety Brochure is an informational, tri-fold flier that communicates important safety information about bicycling rules and behaviors like proper hand signals, helmet fitting, and lane positioning. It is designed for students and their families […]

Bike Walk Friendly Business Guide

The Bike/Walk Friendly Business guide is a pocket-sized, user-friendly brochure with practical information for how businesses can be more supportive of employees and customers who walk and bike. Employers are increasingly taking advantage of biking and walking as a smart business strategy. Businesses that embrace biking and walking see direct benefits to their bottom line […]

Public Education Programs

BikeWalkKC’s youth and adult education programs engage around 6,000 individuals every year around the Kansas City region. Ranging from on-bike skills training and Earn-a-Bike programs to Safe Routes to School and pedestrian safety, BikeWalkKC partners with schools, neighborhoods, libraries, community centers, social service organizations, and municipalities to deliver quality programming to audiences of all ages. […]

Academie Lafayette Safe Routes to School Analysis

BikeWalkKC assisted the Academie Lafayette Charter School in Kansas City, Missouri with an arrival and dismissal analysis to assess traffic patterns, school policies and procedures, and student travel decisions. This analysis includes a mix of quantitative and qualitative observations, as well as direct engagement of parents, teachers, and administrators to provide context to the technical […]

Roesland Elementary Safe Routes to School Analysis

BikeWalkKC assisted coalition partners Johnson County and the Shawnee Mission School District with a guide and checklist for communities to use to develop and implement Safe Routes to School strategies. The guide tells the story of Roesland Elementary’s efforts, highlighting the best practices and “lessons learned” that parents, school officials, municipal staff, and elected leaders […]

Trailwood Elementary Safe Routes to School Strategy

Trailwood Elementary Safe Routes to School Strategy BikeWalkKC’s Safe Routes to School analysis for Trailwood Elementary incorporated data gathering and synthesis of all of the factors that impact a student’s ability to safely and comfortably walk or bike to school. This included everything from the behavior of students and parents at arrival and dismissal, to […]