News/Blog Archive

Be careful, sun glare is back again

Shorter days mean more of us are commuting during times of significant sun glare. Here are some tips to keep everyone safe – people who walk, people who bike and people who drive automobiles. People who walk When crossing the street, be aware of drivers that are facing into the sun, as they will have […]

Put Paint to Pavement campaign update

Over 500 Kansas Citains have joined our call to Put Paint to Pavement by sharing their personal stories about how more bike lanes and crosswalks would improve the safety, health, and wallets of their families. Can you help us get to 1,000 by the end of August? We want that stack over on the right to be as tall as […]

Advocacy Alert: Woodsweather Road sidewalks and bike lanes

Cyclists and pedestrians needed to speak up for sidewalks and bike lanes on new Woodsweather Road bridge in Downtown Kansas City, MO. The City is drafting plans to replace part of Woodsweather Road just west of the Broadway Bridge. It’s a key Bike KC route and important pedesrian and bicycle connection between the West Bottoms, […]

Alliance for Biking and Walking awards grant to establish BikeWalkKC

BikeWalkKC’s startup is being made possible by an Advocacy Advance grant from the Alliance for Biking and Walking, supported by SRAM, Planet Bike, and Bikes Belong.  The Missouri Bicycle and Pedestrian Federation received a $30,000 matching grant establish BikeWalkKC here in one of the largest American cities without a regional bicycle advocacy organization. We’re now […]