How do you move through your neighborhood? Do you feel comfortable walking, or is driving the only safe mode? Use these tips and resources to do your own walkability audit: Choose your location. For your first audit, start small with one intersection or your regular walking route. Draw a map of your audit area or […]
Public Meeting Wednesday, November 20, 2019 Come any time between 5:30 – 7 p.m. (short presentation at 5:45 p.m.) Mohart Multipurpose Center Multipurpose Room 3200 Wayne Kansas City, MO 64109 Share Your Ideas If you could improve transportation along Linwood Boulevard in Kansas City, what would you do? The City of Kansas City, in coordination […]
The mayor and city council of North Kansas City are considering removing recently-finished Complete Streets project on Armour Road, and will likely decide next steps at this special public meeting. There will be time for public comment: the mayor and city council need to hear why keeping Armour’s improvements in place is important to you. […]
As the region’s only metro-wide pedestrian/bicycle advocacy organization, BikeWalkKC works in city halls across the five-county region to speak up for improvements to the built environment for all who live, work, and visit our cities. North Kansas City is one such city that we believe has been a leader in planning and implementing projects that […]
Learn about Lenexa’s new Complete Streets plan for filling in sidewalk gaps, expanding the trail system, and adding on-street bike lanes.
You’re invited to help envision a new gathering place in Lykins’ neighborhood! Attend this “charette” (design workshop), or the post-charette reception to learn more and give feedback on this project.
Learn about North Kansas City’s proposed Bike Master Plan and give feedback!
A number of individuals have reached out to BikeWalkKC to ask about the concerns that were brought up by those in opposition. Rather than try to answer each one individually, we wanted to use a blog post to identify and address the most frequent concerns we’ve heard so far. By now, you’ve probably heard that […]
Economic Impact Analysis shows new bike master plan will save 36 lives every year, add $500 million to the regional economy, and create 12,000 jobs.
Do you ever wonder how you can affect change in your own neighborhood? Policy Coordinator Michael Kelley shares how you can join the conversation at public meetings and speak up for what matters to you. BikeWalkKC regularly works in both the advocacy and planning realms to foster policy and changes to the built environment that […]