The first of October marked the end of the Move Your Way: Wyandotte County campaign, a program of the US Department of Health and Human Services facilitated by BikeWalkKC, WYCO Health Department, and the Department of Population Health at KU Medical Center. The program, which began in December 2019, took a swift turn as the […]
A road diet on 47th street includes bike lanes, crosswalks, and a center left turn lane. These features make the street safer for all road users by slowing car traffic and making connections to popular destinations like Lulu’s. The City of Westwood, Kansas, is the latest Kansas City metro municipality to adopt a Complete Streets […]
Special Guest – Sarah Wright As part of our efforts to recognize World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, we are sharing stories from the families of victims and survivors of traffic violence. This blog does contain some graphic descriptions and an image some readers may find unsettling. Just a month before the crash, […]
Special Guests – Charlene Hill and Gloria Bunch As part of our efforts to recognize World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, we are sharing stories from the families of victims and survivors of traffic violence. The account below is based off of interviews with Charlene and Gloria. This blog does contain some graphic […]
We’re doing a series of policy briefs to highlight the overlap between multimodal transportation and other important issues in the metro. You can check out the other installments here. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacted a devastating toll on nearly every segment of our local, state, and federal economies. How we move in this moment and […]
With the Pathways to Vision Zero Summit coming up later this month, we wanted to take stock of where things stand with the Vision Zero efforts in Kansas City. What is Vision Zero? Vision Zero is a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all, according […]
Special Guest – Nora Anzawi As part of our efforts to recognize World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, we are sharing stories from the families of victims and survivors of traffic violence. This blog does contain some graphic descriptions. My name is Nora Anzawi and I live in the 4th Council District. I […]
For the past four years Development and Communications Director Karen Campbell has been a key part of BikeWalkKC’s success in our mission to make streets places for people. Next week Karen takes a short bike ride from our office at 30th and Troost to her new home at 48th and Troost with KCUR 89.3, the […]
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A safe and easy way to exit the cycletrack while it’s still under construction.