West Wyandotte Library to host local launch event on Saturday, March 28, 2020 (Kansas City, Kansas) – BikeWalkKC is pleased to announce that Kansas City, Kansas has been selected by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to participate as a pilot community implementing the Move Your WaySM campaign. Move Your WaySM is […]
A pedestrian died Saturday, August 4, when he was struck by a vehicle in Gladstone. The crash occurred between 1:00 and 1:30 p.m. in the area of 73rd Terrace and N. Prospect Avenue. Police on the scene indicated that the driver of the vehicle involved had remained on the scene and was cooperating, but they […]
Earlier this week, we posted a press release about a crash which occurred on Friday, July 20 which left two female pedestrians injured, with one in critical condition. We just learned yesterday that one of those victims has died. On Tuesday, July 24 21-year-old Haley Elizabeth Hackett died from her injuries. The other victim, Arlan […]
This past weekend was marked by four crashes involving pedestrians. Three of the victims have died as a result of their injuries. The fourth remains hospitalized. On Friday, January 26, 25-year-old Jyra Hill was struck in the crosswalk of 71 Highway and Gregory before being dragged almost 30 yards. The driver of the vehicle, which […]
We are excited for the news that New Belgium’s Tour de Fat event is expanding this year to include Kansas City! Click here to read New Belgium’s Press Release. Grab your tickets and start planning for the Kansas City Tour de Fat on August 12, 2017! Expect to experience the unexpected. We’re bringing the party […]
Thousands of students, parents, families, and educators across the Kansas City region walked to school on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, as part of International Walk to School Day organized by BikeWalkKC, MARC, and KCHealthyKids. A record 91 schools in the Greater Kansas City and Lawrence areas participated this year, up from 66 schools in 2015 (a 38% increase). […]
Prospect Avenue has been identified as a “Corridor of Concern” for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. On Friday, March 27th BikeWalkKC will join local, state, and federal partners in a safety assessment of the corridor.
Proven program teaches KC Public Schools' fifth and sixth graders safety and handling skills through bicycling; helps school district reduce transportation costs.
Help us find and recognize bike friendly businesses across the metro area!
Eric Rogers, Executive Director of BikeWalkKC, Named a Recipient of the Mid-America Regional Council’s 2013 Regional Leadership Awards Rogers is one of four recipients of the annual award that honors individuals and organizations for their work in the region. Eric Rogers, Executive Director of BikeWalkKC, will be honored with a 2013 Regional Leadership Award from […]