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Rep. Jeremy LaFaver of Kansas City
An anti-bicycle amendment was resoundingly defeated on the floor of the Missouri House today. Rep. Jeremy LaFaver of Kansas City The amendment, introduced by Rep. Paul Curtman of Pacific, would have removed bicycling from the major transportation funding proposal that will appear before Missouri voters this November, if approved by the... (read more)
Bicycle ban
[UPDATE, 8 April 2014: Thanks to thousands of you who contacted the Missouri House via calls, email, or personal visits, dozens of organizations who worked to support bicycling, and the support of the vast majority of Missouri representatives, the anti-bicycle amendment introduced by Rep. Curtman was soundly defeated today. Please contact your... (read more)
Capitol Day in Jefferson City is April 7th, 2014
At Capitol Day 2014 on April 7th, we'll be talking with our state legislators about the priorities of bicyclists and pedestrian in Missouri and asking them to support our legislative priorities as we work to make Missouri a better, safer place to walk and bicycle. Capitol Day in Jefferson City is April 7th, 2014 Recently we asked our members... (read more)
Award recipients from a previous year
As part of the 2014 Bicycle and Pedestrian Day at the Capitol in Jefferson City, we are honoring a number of Missourians who have done amazing work to promote bicycling and walking in their communities, across the state of Missouri, and nationwide. Award recipients from a previous yearPlease join us on the beautiful South Steps of the Capitol... (read more)
The Legislators Ride departs from the South Steps of the Capitol
Join us for the . . .    2014 Legislators Bicycle Ride From the State Capitol to Katy Trail State Park   Monday, April 7th, 2014: 12:30pm Introductions & Program - 1:00pm Ride - Return to Capitol by 2:00pm Ride departs from the South Steps of the Capitol Building   Legislators, state officials, staff, and the general... (read more)
MoBikeFed President Paul Wojciechowski
Transforming Communities: Getting Back to Basics This month I am going to go through some personal experiences that I hope will provide you with ideas and witnesses about how you can transform communities to great places by getting back to basics. I am a planner, engineer, project manager, marketer, advocate, elected official and regional citizen... (read more)
Missouri's 19 Regional Planning Commissions
For the first time in history, MoDOT is fully including bicycle and pedestrian projects and needs in its transportation planning process--a process that will decide $8 billion in spending over the next 10 years across Missouri. Missouri's 8 Metropolitan Planning Organizations How can you get involved to make your community better and... (read more)
Capitol Day
  Bicycle and Pedestrian Day at the Capitol  Monday, April 7th, 2014. Jefferson City, MO. Register for Capitol Day - it's free We're looking for volunteers to help us make Capitol Day a success--sign up to volunteer here. Sponsor Capitol Day - as little as a $10 contribution helps us put on Capitol... (read more)
Thanks to your membership and support, 2013 has been one of the most productive years ever for the Missouri Bicycle & Pedestrian Federation and for the Missouri Foundation for Bicycling and Walking.Missouri delegation at the National Bike Summit Annual Reports Our annual reports summarize what your membership and donations have been... (read more)
Missouri Bicycling Options