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Decriminalizing Jaywalking: A National Discussion

Monday, May 3rd 3:00 p.m. Central Time (4:o0 p.m. Eastern Time) Join the growing nationwide movement to decriminalize jaywalking in this United States! Learn about the impacts of these laws and what advocates and policymakers are doing throughout the country to create more equitable, inclusive and just systems for ALL. The all-star lineup of speakers […]

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Let’s Talk: Black Girls Do Bike

Jennifer Lindsey knew she couldn't be the only Black woman who rides bikes in Kansas City, but she rarely encountered other women of color on the trails or at group rides. She started started a Kansas City chapter of Black Girls Do Bike to meet other Black women bicyclists and to establish visible "roll models" […]

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Let’s Talk: A Virtual Chat with Brian Platt

How does the City Manager help guide the future of land use and transportation in Kansas City? Join us for a conversation with KCMO's new City Manager, Brian Platt. We'll talk about his goals for Kansas City and how he is working with departments like Public Works and Parks & Recreation to make active living […]

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KCMO Public Meeting: Avenida Cesar E. Chavez

Join the meeting Tuesday, June 8, 2021 6-7 PM via Microsoft Teams Meeting Link: https://bit.ly3eYQrz0 Call-in info: +1 872-212-5076 Phone Conference ID: 561 172 849# You can learn more about the project by clicking here. The proposed project would bring key multimodal improvements to the street between Summit Street and State Line Road near HyVee […]

Kansas Active Transportation Plan Online Public Meetings

Help KDOT develop the first Active Transportation Plan (ATP) in 25 years The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is continuing to develop the Kansas ATP! Attend either of our June 15th online public meetings to comment on how to make the vision for active transportation a reality. The agenda will include: What we've learned Draft recommendations […]

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8th and Woodland (KCMO) Community Meeting

Samuel Rodgers Health Center 825 Euclid Ave., Kansas City

The City of Kansas City, Missouri Department of Public Works, in partnership with CSF Engineering, invites you to attend a community meeting about the 8th & Woodland pedestrian and streetscape improvements project. 8th and Woodland Community Meeting Details 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 16 Samuel Rodgers Health Center Wayne Miner Community Room B 825 Euclid Ave. […]

Let’s Talk: Bike-Friendly Businesses

What does it mean to be a Bicycle-Friendly Business? How can welcoming bicyclists make a positive impact on local businesses and shops? Michael Kelley makes the case for enhanced employee health benefits, improved neighborhood connections, and increased monthly sales. This is a great session for people who work at a local business seeking to attract […]

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Framing Our Equity Lenses Together

Join the KC-APA for " Framing Our Equity Lenses Together " on August 17, 2021 from 3 to 5 p.m. You'll be able to participate in a virtual workshop that is interactive and transdisciplinary. During it, you and others will explore what equity could look like for Kansas City, Missouri's built environment. We'll also: Identify what […]

Reimagine 47th Place

The City of Westwood, in partnership with the Mid-America Regional Council, YARD & Company, Bike Walk KC and Trekk Design Group are excited to announce ‘Reimagine 47th Place’; an interactive community engagement event and street demonstration project aimed at engaging stakeholders about the future design of 47th Place between Rainbow Blvd. and State Line Rd. […]

How to Take on Harmful Jaywalking Laws

From America Walks Kansas City and Virginia recently decriminalized jaywalking and the California legislature right now is considering the same action They are driven by data and lived experiences that show BIPOC community members bear the burden of police enforcement at disproportionate rates, with the harm outweighing any alleged safety benefits. America Walks supports these […]

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