We work with many partners across the metro area on policy, events, programs, evaluation, publicity, and other projects to promote Safe Routes to School.

Mid-America Regional Council

  • Co-organize regional celebrations of International Walk to School Day
  • Co-chair the Pedestrian and Bicycle Task Team of the Destination Safe Coalition
  • Member of Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee

City of Kansas City, MO

  • Chair the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
  • Member of Plaza/Midtown Area Plan and Bike Master Plan Steering Committees

Unified Government of Kansas City, KS and Wyandotte County

  • Comprehensive Safe Routes to School program evaluating current conditions and developing strategies for implmenting education and infrastructure improvements
  • Partnership with Mayor’s Office, Public Works, Health Department, and schools
  • Customized action plans for elementary schools

Partner School Districts

  • Kansas City Public Schools
  • Kansas City, KS USD 500
  • Turner USD 202, Kansas City, KS
  • North Kansas City
  • Hickman Mills
  • Raytown

LINC – Partner for BLAST and other school-based programs

Kansas City Health Department – Funding for professional development, training, and technical assistance for area school officials

Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City – Funding for comprehensive Safe Routes Pilot Project at James Elementary School

Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics – Funding for BLAST at additional elementary schools

City of Kansas City, MO – Partner with Active Living KC program in the Hickman Mills School District

Mattie Rhoades Center – Partner for Safe Routes Pilot Project at James Elementary School

Greater Kansas City LISC – Partner for advocacy training for neighborhood leaders and Complete Streets campaigners