Annual Reports for 2011 - What has MoBikeFed done for YOU lately?

Thanks to your membership and support, 2011 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
Missouri delegation at the National Bike Summit

Annual Reports

Our annual reports summarize what your membership and donations have been accomplishing this year:

Highlights from those reports are below.

Make a donation in support of our mission

If you support programs and progress like that outlined below, please consider joining, renewing, or making a donation in support--because your support makes progress like this possible: 

One of our goals is to become one of the most effective statewide bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations in the U.S. Every successful statewide advocacy group has a large, supportive membership--so we need to grow our membership to that level, too.

To keep us on track to meet that goal over the next five years, we need to reach our goal of 500 new/renewing MoBikeFed members by the end of January 2012--that's why we need your membership or renewal today.

The support of members like you is bringing real change to Missouri--and helping our Vision of Bicycling and Walking in Missouri become a reality.

MoBikeFed Annual Report Highlights

  • Bike/Ped Priority Projects List, organized by MoBikeFed, brought $13.5 million in new bike/ped funding.
  • The number of Complete Streets policies in Missouri has quadrupled over the past two years.
  • Missouri has become a leader in the National Complete Streets movement.
  • Had our most successful legislative year in Jefferson City ever:
    • Statewide Complete Streets Resolution
    • Legislation making Bike Month, Bike to Work Week, Bike to Work Day, Walk to School Month and Walk to School Day a permanent part of the Missouri state holidays calendar
    • Same Roads-Same Rights license plate in support of bicycling approved (available late 2011/early 2012)
  • More Bike/Ped Friendly River Crossings complete and underway: The Jefferson City bike/ped connection was completed, after more than a decade of work.  The new Amelia Earhart Bridge (Missouri River near Atchison, KS) will include 10-foot shoulders.
  • Advocated for anti-harassment ordinances now passed in Columbia, Greenwood, and Independence and now on our state legislative platform.
  • Katy Trail extended 11 miles on the east and the first mile of the 46 mile extension to Kansas City is open.
  • The Bicycle Friendly Communities, Universities, and Businesses programs in Missouri have reached new heights. In 2008, Missouri had no entries in any category of the Bicycle Friendly America program. Today, Missouri has 21 communities, universities, and businesses officially recognized as Bicycle Friendly—and now one Walk Friendly Community, too.

And much, much more:  


Missouri Foundation for Bicycling and Walking Annual Report Highlights

  • Continued and expanded the work of the Missouri Safe Routes to School Network, now in its second year.
  • Partnered with Missouri Livable Streets and other key advocacy organizations across Missouri (PedNet, Trailnet, BikeWalkKC, and others), to help develop and deliver training Complete Streets Advocacy Training Sessions.
  • Supported the effort to create the first-ever Missouri Trails Census and Statewide Trails Plan.
  • Applied for startup funding for and acted as fiscal sponsor for BikeWalkKC, an important new advocacy group in Missouri's second largest metropolitan area.
  • Promoted bicycling and walking and educated Missourians about bicycling, walking, trails, and safety through our web site, e-news, and regular media releases, with over 100,000 web site visits and over 100 earned media placements in 2011.
  • Created an on-bicycle, on-street bicycle education program for traffic engineers and planners.
  • Taught bicycle and pedestrian education and safety classes and clinics.
  • Found partial funding for the BikeMobile, a mobile 'bicycle library'

And much more:


Missouri Safe Routes to School Network Progress Report Highlights

The Missouri Foundation for Bicycling and Walking operates the Missouri Safe Routes to School Network, which is part of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership's State Network Project.

  • Underserved communities received a far larger share of MoDOT SRTS funding in 2011--thanks to an analysis by the Network showing a large funding disparity and a cooperative plan developed by the Network Partners, including MoDOT to address the problem.
  • Key research, finding, and results from the Underserved Communities research presented at the Safe Routes to School National Conference in Minneapolis, August 2011.
  • Online, interactive Walk/Bike to School Savings Calculator released for Walk to School Month 2011; receives national and international media attention.
  • Walk to School Day participation in Missouri quadrupled from 2009 to 2011; the Network and its partners played a key role in promoted Walk to School Day statewide

And much, much more:

Help us reach our goal!

Please help us reach our goal of 500 new/renewing members by the end of the January 2012:

What's next?


Share this: