Past Events from October 3, 2023 – October 3, 2023 – BikeWalkKC
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10th Annual Community Development Workshop

The Community Development Workshop (CDW) is presented in partnership with several Kansas City, MO and Kansas City, KS nonprofits. The workshop has provided an annual opportunity to learn with leaders in community development, collaborate with other neighborhood change-makers, and be empowered to transform your community. The CDW is open to anyone who is seeking to […]

Growing Community in Ivanhoe

Everything's coming up roses in Ivanhoe! The way we build our cities can either connect us or divide us. When Alan and Yolanda Young first moved to the Ivanhoe neighborhood in the 1980s, they "had to drive to Timbuktu" to find fresh, healthy food. So they dug deep and started growing food for their family […]


Greens, Beans, and Bikes!

BikeWalkKC Office 1106 E. 30th Street, Suite G, Kansas City

Ivanhoe is a cornucopia of community! BikeWalkKC members are invited to a special bike tour of urban agriculture in the Ivanhoe neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri. After leaving BikeWalkKC, we will stop at Young Family Farm, where three generations work together to promote healthy connections with land and with their neighbors. At Ivanhoe Farmer's Market, we will […]


Open House – new NKC Shared Use Path

Rabbit Hole 919 E. 14th Street, North Kansas City

North Kansas City continues walking and biking enhancements by planning for a shared use path along Interstate 29 to connect the Rabbit hOle on 14th Avenue and the cycle track on Diamond Parkway. The shared use path will contribute to the safe and multimodal transportation network that reflects community priorities for increasing connectivity, accommodating all […]

Protected Bike Lanes in 2023: KCMO Virtual Public Meeting

KCMO Public Works is building more protected bicycle lanes in 2023 and they want to hear your feedback. Virtual Public Meeting Wednesday, November 9 from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Microsoft Teams meeting- Join on your computer, mobile app or room device Click here to join the meeting Meeting ID: 239 763 818 899 Passcode: […]

Money Talks for Safer Streets

BikeWalkKC Office 1106 E. 30th Street, Suite G, Kansas City

Budget advocacy training for Kansas Citians who want safer streets The City of Kansas City, Missouri has lots of important factors to consider when writing an annual budget, and safer streets address many of them by helping neighbors build strong relationships, economic power, and lasting resiliency. This advocacy training will equip residents with tools to […]

Taking It to the Streets: Rethinking Mobility in America’s Cities

Central KC Library 14 West 10th St., Kansas City

An event from the Kansas City Public Library A little more than a century ago, cars were introduced to our cityscape, dramatically changing the nature of streets as places for walking. Through societal shifts and new design priorities, they became urban thoroughfares built for speed. In the latest installment of the Library’s Making a Great City series, […]


Make Tracks for Transit (BWKC Member Event)

E. Crichton "Kite" Singleton Yard 600 East 3rd Street, Kansas City

This event is sold out, but the waitlist is open! The orange "Register Now" button will take you to Eventbrite, where you can click the red "Get Tickets" button to add your contact info to the waitlist and be automatically notified if a ticket becomes available. All aboard for an insider view of KC Streetcar operations! BikeWalkKC […]

Solutions for a Problem: Making Kansas City a Cycling-friendly Metro

Kansas City Public Library - Central 14 West 10th Street, Kansas City

A Science Matters Lunch & Learn from Linda Hall Library and the Kansas City Public Library.  The beginnings of BikeWalkKC go back to 2008 when the BBC came to town. Kansas City, Missouri, had just ranked dead last in the League of American Bicyclists’ list of bike-friendly cities. The BBC wanted to know what it was like […]


Let’s Talk: Gillham Complete Streets Report

The Gillham Complete Streets project was the first of its kind in Kansas City, Missouri: four miles of protected, two-way cycle track through residential and business districts. When the construction dust settled, BikeWalkKC started asking questions: Do more people walk and bike along this corridor? Has the new infrastructure impacted safety? What lessons should planners […]


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