Counting data now available
Over the past four years, MARC has helped local communities measure non-motorized traffic by installing counting equipment and collecting bicycle and pedestrian data at more than 30 locations (shown on the adjacent map). The count data for each of these locations is publicly available through ArcGIS Online.
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Greater Kansas City Regional Bikeway adopted by MARC Board
On Jan. 27, the MARC Board adopted the Kansas City Regional Bikeway Plan. The bikeway plan, when completed, would create a network of on- and off-road facilities for bicycle riders that crosses multiple cities and counties in the bistate region. The plan creates a network of more than 2,000 miles and works to promote active transportation and mobility choices for residents.
For more information, visit the Greater Kansas Ciyt Regional Bikeway Plan webpage.
RideKC Regional Transit Plan now underway!
Work is underway on the RideKC Regional Transit Plan, which will include two separate but related elements:
A long-range planning resource for Greater Kansas City that will update the SmartMoves Regional Transit Vision.
A shorter-term plan to double the number of metro-area jobs that can be accessed by transit over the next 10 years.
Planning partners include MARC, the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, Johnson County, Unified Government Transit, the city of Independence and the Kansas City Streetcar Authority.
Public input and engagement will be a critical part of the planning process, which will continue through Spring 2017.
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