Here's the aftermath report on a quick "sesh" wherein local hipsters impose "bike supremacy" on people with real jobs.
Luckily, their conversation includes most people who can't find a way to get paid for taking Zoom meetings . . . Take a peek . . .
"At its core, BikeWalkKC aims to empower individuals and communities to take action on their own behalf. The way we do this is through education. As an organization we already have lots of courses offered about confident city cycling, bike maintenance, and how to advocate for better policies. Now, we wanted to start a conversation about what community planning is, why it matters, and how it relates to the way you live your life."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Three local planners share how they work with communities to build places for people.