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Let’s Talk: Vision Zero in KCMO

Join in the conversation about Vision Zero and how it could work in KCMO One of the major policy goals for BikeWalkKC in 2020 is the adoption of a Vision Zero resolution. Vision Zero argues that we should treat traffic violence like a public health crisis and looks for systemic ways to make streets safe […]

Live update from BikeWalkKC

We are not in the office, but we are still working! Join BikeWalkKC on Facebook Live or YouTube for live update on Monday, 5/18 at 10:00 a.m. Executive Director Eric Rogers will share news from our Advocacy and Education teams, plus BikeWalkKC activities and events. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BikeWalkKC/ Or YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BikeWalkKC/ ARCHIVE: Click […]

Let’s Talk: Hard Times and Creative Measures

If you're ready for some fresh ideas and creative thinking, join us for a chat with Amanda Graor, Chief Innovation Officer at the Mid-America Regional Council. BikeWalkKC's Executive Director Eric Rogers will interview Amanda about transportation and mobility innovations during the pandemic recovery.   ARCHIVE: Click here to view the webinar.

Raising Advocates: How kids shape Safe Routes to School

The physical benefits of walking to school are well-documented, but what about the social perks? Join us for a talk with Je T'aime Taylor, Program Director at Rosedale Development Association, and Areiona King, Wyandotte County Safe Routes to School Coordinator.

Rolling on the Rock Island

Join us for a conversation with Matt Davis, Rock Island Program Manager and Senior Planner with Jackson County Parks + Rec. Get the latest news and updates on the rail trail and hear about future plans for the corridor!

Maintain Your Ride: VIRTUAL JoCo Library Edition

Get your hands dirty and learn to keep your bike in tip-top shape with this FREE class from Johnson County Library and BikeWalkKC! Our instructors will teach you how to keep your bike in good working order with a few basic tools and some practical know-how.

Community Engagement in the New Normal

How do we reach the people who can best inform our work? From effective communication to systemic racism in the planning field, we'll take lessons we're learning and apply them to our "new normal."

Intersections of Neighborhood Health

Join BikeWalkKC for a conversation with Dina Newman, Director of UMKC's Center for Neighborhoods. Walking and biking are important to the health of our communities, along with many other things like access to health care, crime and personal safety, housing security, cultural opportunities, and education. This conversation will be about this broad concept of community […]

Building Health in Wyandotte County

The UG Public Health Department's new Director lays out her vision for navigating transportation infrastructure and healthy communities.

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