Credit where it's due, this smallish local clique of aging hipsters is working diligently to fight against cars, drivers and street improvement.
Instead, their agenda this year mostly focused on middle-class white women shutting down streets on a whim and without the consent of neighbors.
Now, they're pitching more members given that city hall is quickly moving toward bankruptcy and might not be able to fully fund their antics.
Check-it . . .
At our recent Annual Member Meeting, we talked about how BikeWalkKC is partnering with organizations and municipalities across state lines to redefine our streets as places for people. You can catch up on our reports from the Education, Bike Share, Community Planning, and Advocacy departments on our YouTube channel.