We are disappointed to learn that the plan for 13 miles of Downtown bike lanes and a road diet on Grand Boulevard has been delayed yet again.
Come generate ideas and give your input on improvements to the intersection at 75th and Wornall in Waldo! There will be three public open houses: August 11, 12 and 13th. Stop by anytime to learn more about the progression of the project and lend your voice to the discussion, but the rough schedule for each […]
This month we want to give you something cool to get you through the hot end of summer. Become a new or renewing member of BikeWalkKC and receive your choice of these three great bike items – a custom bike poster, our popular I Bike KC t-shirt, or the 2014 Tweed Ride poster hand crafted by a local artist.
BikeWalkKC is hiring part-time, seasonal instructors for our youth education programs during the upcoming school year. If you have a passion for bicycling, want to make a positive impact on children’s lives, be an excellent role model, and work with a great team of people, then we want to hear from you right away! This […]
Your advocacy helped ensure a safe place to walk and bike across the Missouri River at Leavenworth. Here is an opportunity to hear the latest news on the project.
Learn about the latest plans for a trail connecting Downtown with the Old Northeast. Your support and action has helped us improve this project, and the upcoming open house is an important milestone.
Present at the Women’s Bike Summit We are very excited to have Ren Barger of Tulsa Hub as our lunch keynote speaker! We are also excited to have you present a session as well. Check out the topics we need expertise on and submit an application to speak by July 31. Register for the Women’s […]
Kansas City’s new Crosswalk Crew is hard at work this summer updating intersections with fresh paint and upgrading them to the highly visible “ladder” and “continental” style crosswalks. We applaud the City Manager’s Office, the Public Works Department, Mayor, and City Council for prioritizing crosswalks in the City budget and making much-needed investments in better crosswalks.
The KCMO Parks Board recently advanced a measure that would place stricter design guidelines on development on or near the City’s Boulevards and Parkways. The next stop for this development code update is the City Plan Commission (CPC) where commissioners will decide if the draft is ready for City Council to review. A really exciting […]
20 miles of on-street bike lanes and other facilities are coming 2015 after the City Council committed $250,000 to being implementing the new bike plan.