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Citywide- GO KC Sidewalk Program Public Meeting

The City of Kansas City, Missouri is making progress on the GO KC sidewalk program and developing a Comprehensive Sidewalk Plan as part of carrying it out. We’re holding four online public meetings this March to share information and talk with you about sidewalks in Kansas City. Learn more by attending any of the meetings […]

Vision Zero Intersection Improvements Open House (in-person)

East Village Transit Center 700 E. 12th Street, Kansas City

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 […]

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 […]

Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd Pedestrian Facilities Open House

Brush Creek Community Center 3801 Brush Creek Blvd, Kansas City

Join KCMO and the Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd. Pedestrian Facilities planning team on Wednesday, April 6, between 4:00-6:00 p.m., at Brush Creek Community Center for the second  open house! The project team will be providing updates on how they have incorporated your feedback into their plans. The goal of this Planning Sustainable Places (PSP) Study […]

“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: […]

I-70 Walk Audits

How do you cross I-70 now? What would make it safer for people who walk, bike, and take the bus? Third District Councilwoman Melissa Robinson, BikeWalkKC, the City of KCMO, Missouri Department of Transportation, and others are coming together to conduct a walk audit of the crossings along a key stretch of the I-70 corridor from The Paseo […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day

Six year old Ruby Bridges stepped into the history books in 1960 when she integrated William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans becoming a national icon for the civil rights movement. Today her story continues to inspire the next generation of leaders to end racism together one step at a time. Now you can take […]

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