🎫 Conference presentation: National Bike Summit 2017

This session will highlight successful and on-going campaigns to increase funding for bicycling and walking infrastructure and safety programs. The panel includes experiences from a large state legislation campaign, to a bond efforts, to a small organization accessing state funding.
  • Margo Pedroso, Deputy Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership
  • Ken Crandell
  • Eric Rogers, Executive Director, BikeWalkKC
  • Blake Trask, Senior Policy Director, Cascade Bicycle Club
  • Caron Whitaker, VP, Government Relations, League of American Bicyclists

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

📻 I’m on the radio talking about the Katy Trail

When the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, known as the KATY, canceled its route from Machens to Sedalia, the railroad’s loss became a gain for hikers and cyclists. The 200 miles of converted rail bed, now known as the KATY Trail, is an economic engine that falls short of reaching Kansas City — but that could be changing.

Mike Sanders, Jackson County Executive
Eric Rogers, executive director and co-founder of BikeWalkKC

Listen to the archived episode.