The reality is that it's better for everyone when Kansas City streets are safe and people feel secure living their lives and conducting biz.
Whilst we might disagree with the politics of Bike/Walk advocates . . . Working to reduce tragedy for EVERYONE in KCMO is a worthwhile goal.
Our only disagreement here is with a rhetorical ploy . . . The reality is that traffic deaths are down this year because there's simply less traffic because of the pandemic.
And so, this latest effort re-brands bicyclist tragedy in order to garner more attention is a historic year for local violence and homicide.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One Kansas City, Missouri, nonprofit hopes to make the public more aware of traffic violence and the lives lost or harmed because of it. On Thursday, BikeWalkKC will host an online conversation with Amy Cohen, who lost her son to a crash.