Bikeway Projects

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We are excited that 2019 will bring paint to pavement: connecting existing bikeway facilities and adding new infrastructure like two-way cycletracks and floating bus stops. We are steadily making progress toward being a more bicycle friendly community. We are leveraging federal transportation funds with local capital improvement funds for several on-street bike facilities. And for the first time, we have dedicated funding ($500,000) for bikeway projects in the 2019-2020 fiscal year budget.

Planned Bikeway Projects

(last updated July 2019)

Downtown Loop

  • You can see the design plans for the entire Downtown Bike Loop here: Downtown Loop.

Martin Luther King Jr. (Paseo) Boulevard

  • 75th to 85th Street: bike facilities in this section will be striped this year in coordination with the Street Preservation Program
  • Total project length: Independence Ave south to 85th Street
  • 19 lane miles of on-street bikeways making it the longest continuous bike facility in the region
  • Project is anticipated to go out to bid in summer 2019
  • Staff continues to coordinate outreach and engagement efforts with various neighborhoods and stakeholders along the corridor

Lexington/Gladstone

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (Paseo) to Bellefontaine Ave.
  • Updated design includes the City’s first two-way cycletrack and traffic calming elements in the northeast neighborhoods
  • Project is anticipated to go out to bid in summer 2019
  • Staff is currently in touch with neighborhood groups to review the updated design

Charlotte/Holmes

  • E 25th Street to E 36th Street
  • 2.5 lane miles of bikeways on both Charlotte and Holmes connecting downtown to midtown
  • Project is anticipated to go out to bid in summer 2019
  • Staff is currently coordinating with neighborhoods to host open houses to view the final design

Completed Bikeway Projects

18th Street Buffered Bike Lane

18th Street bike lanes

Buffered bike lanes were striped on 18th Street in spring 2019 from Woodland Ave. to Charlotte St.  

 

Grand Boulevard Buffered Bike Lane

Grand Boulevard Bike Lane

The Grand Boulevard portion of the Downtown Bike Loop was completed in fall 2017.

 

 


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Armour/Benton Boulevard Bikeway

Parking protected bike lanes on Armour Boulevard

This bikeway through midtown and the City’s east side was completed in summer 2018 and marked the City’s first parking protected bike lanes.

 

 

 

 KC Bicycle Parking Racks

Have you seen our KC-branded bike racks? Find a map of KC bike rack locations on the kcmo.gov/bikekc home page. We always love to see pictures of people using the racks, too. Feel free to send those to Maggie Green, Public Works Public Information Officer!

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