MobilityKC offers the latest on metro commuting, transit services and more

Aug 18, 2022
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Keeping employers and commuters up to date

To keep employers and commuters up to date on the ever-changing transportation landscape in the Kansas City region, the Mid-America Regional Council produces the MobilityKC newsletter. This e-newsletter shares information about transit, telework, jobs access, employer transportation incentives and more. It was created through a partnership with RideKC, KC Streetcar, RideKC Bike, RideshareKC and RideKC Vanpool.

RideKC Bike celebrates 10 years

Congratulations to RideKC Bike on their 10th anniversary! RideKC Bike was one of the first bike share systems in the United States and today, ridership is higher than ever. This year, riders have taken more than 20,000 trips, with ridership averaging more than 172 trips per day. Read Ride KC Bike’s ridership stats.

Guaranteed Ride Home

Need to head home in the middle of the work or school day because of an illness or emergency? With RideshareKC's Guaranteed Ride Home program, registered commuters who carpool, vanpool, take transit, bike, or walk to work can take up to two free rides home per year. When you need a ride home from work, call a cab or ride-hailing services like Lyft or Uber. Pay for the ride, then submit a reimbursement form to RideshareKC.

WAY TO GO Commute Assessment

Commutes matter. WAY TO GO’s commute audit program equips area companies with insights into how their employees commute to work, identifies transportation issues, uncovers mobility opportunities and outlines strategic solutions. The complimentary and collaborative commute audit process is data-driven and can be tailored to company needs. WAY TO GO offers employee surveying, commute mapping, focus group facilitation, employee outreach, presentations, ongoing consultation, and more. Learn more.

Tour de Bier KC is Sept. 18

Kansas City's beloved bike and beer fundraising event is back! BikeWalkKC and Head for the Cure have joined forces this year, meaning when riders hit the saddle and raise their glasses, they are raising money to support walking and biking infrastructure in the region and brain tumor research. Learn more about Tour de Bier KC online.