Past Events from May 18, 2024 – May 18, 2024 – BikeWalkKC
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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 […]


Green Commute Challenge

Get on board for MARC Rideshare KC's #GreenCommuteKC! BikeWalkKC is fielding a community team again this year, and everyone is welcome. Over the course of six weeks, employer, university and community-based teams compete to see who can log the most green commute trips. Bike, walk, ride the bus, carpool or scooter to victory. Learn more and sign up at […]

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 […]


Walk, ride or run a different KC Parks or Jackson County trail the first four Sundays in October! Walktober 2022 kicks-off on the Westside segment of the Riverfront Heritage Trail, then travels to the rugged terrain of Cave Springs, next to MLK Park and the Brush Creek Trail, and concludes out east on the Little […]


Walk, Bike, and Roll to School Day

Is your school participating in National Walk & Roll to School Day this year? See Kansas and Missouri schools that are already signed up, and encourage your school to participate if they aren't listed.  Step right up! The 26th annual National Walk & Roll to School Day is Oct. 12, and registration is now open! Whether addressing the need […]

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 […]

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, […]


Pre-School Pedestrian Safety at West Wyandotte

West Wyandotte Library 1737 N 82nd St, Kansas City

Walk with us at West Wyandotte Library! Join us to practice pedestrian safety for little legs and explore your community on your own two feet. Sign-ups close on May 12 at midnight!


The Street Project Screening (North-East Branch)

KC Public Library North-East Branch 6000 Wilson Avenue, Kansas City

A BikeWalkKC + Kansas City Public Library event Join us for a screening of the documentary The Street Project! This hour-long film discusses the rise in traffic violence that impacts pedestrians and cyclists, as well as offering some solutions. Following the film BikeWalkKC will present on local issues and advocacy, as well as a panel discussion with other […]


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