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National Bike Summit

The 23rd Annual National Bike Summit will take place Sunday, March 27 - Wednesday, March 30, 2022. At the 2022 National Bike Summit, attendees will convene around the theme of Choosing Our Future. As 2021 has presented individuals and institutions with a host of transformational opportunities, there are many choices ahead about how the bike movement can […]

Prospect Ave. bridge over I-70 public meeting

KCPD East Patrol 2640 Prospect Avenue, Kansas City

MoDOT Kansas City will be hosting a public information meeting regarding this project from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 29 in the conference room at the KCMO Police East Patrol Campus located at 2640 Prospect Ave. in Kansas City, MO. Please note that NO formal presentations will be made. The public can attend the meeting any point […]

Vision Zero Intersection Improvements Open House (virtual)

In May 2020, KCMO City Council passed the Vision Zero resolution to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries on our streets by 2030, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for everyone. Goals for Vision Zero KC Create safer streets for everyone, in all neighborhoods Eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 2030 Implement low-cost, high-impact pilot projects […]

Climate Action Summit

Johnson County Community College

Climate Action KC is a nonprofit regional collaborative bringing over 100 elected officials and community leaders together to reduce emissions, invigorate the economy, promote public health and improve the quality of life across the Kansas City region. CAKC recently published its Regional Climate Action Plan in coordination with the Mid-America Regional Council for the bistate […]

“Taking on Traffic Laws” Working Webinar

BikeWalkKC and Safe Routes Partnership are hosting a "working webinar" for people and organizations interested in hearing more about the guide, asking questions, and participating in breakout groups to talk through how to take action to address these unjust traffic laws. BikeWalkKC and the Safe Routes Partnership are proud to present Taking on Traffic Laws: […]

Juneteenth Bicycle Tour with Major Taylor Cycling Club of KC

Black Archives of Mid-America, Inc. 1722 E. 17th Terrace, Kansas City

Bring friends and join the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Kansas City as we ride to celebrate Juneteenth, the Emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African Americans in the Confederacy. The tour will be about 19 miles, easy pace, with several stops. Feel free to meet us at each stop via car if that's better […]

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 […]


Advocacy 103: Building a Coalition

Does advocacy feel like lonely work? It doesn't have to! When people work together, their diverse perspectives about common interests develop stronger ideas and create more enduring change than any one person could do alone. In Advocacy 103: Building a Coalition, we will talk about: How to connect with like-minded individuals and organizations How to […]


Advocacy 104: Working with Government Staff and Elected Officials

How do you envision the future for your community? Whether it's greener neighborhoods, smooth sidewalks, or connected bike paths, government staff and elected officials can be the key to unlocking all that potential. In Advocacy 104, we will talk about: Which government partners can help you achieve your goals How to build productive relationship with […]


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