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Walkable and bikeable neighborhoods are in high demand, so when their availability is limited they are expensive. Building a large bike/ped network all at once brings the benefits to more people while reducing the price pressure that occurs from unmet demand. @erogers on Twitter, 5/2/2018 This tweet summed up my most valuable lesson from the…
This month I’m honored to be a guest on The Bike Nerds Podcast. We talked about nonprofit startups, bike success in unlikely places, and the state of the national bike/ped movement.
I presented at the 2017 National Bike Summit about our success in Kansas City advocating for $150 million for sidewalks and important policy changes to make infrastructure funding more equitable going forward.
My slides from the conference sessions
Back on KCUR-FM’s Up to Date to talk with Steve Kraske about what’s new with the Katy Trail and its extension into Kansas City.