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Click Here to Learn More About the Mid-America Regional Council’s Planning Sustainable Places Program





If you have more questions, contact Karie Kneller, Mission’s City Planner, at


Citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Connection Study is a Planning for Sustainable Places (PSP) project utilizing funds awarded by the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC).  This study focuses on planning a city-wide bicycle, pedestrian, and trail network that will allow residents to use active transportation to move around Mission to key destinations and connect into the Greater Kansas City Metro Area Trails.

The City of Mission has partnered with RDG Planning & Design, BHC, and Venice Communications to lead efforts to design a network of on-and-off street facilities.  The planning process will have three main stages:

  1. Understanding Existing Conditions
  2. Developing an on-and-off Street Network
  3. Prioritization & Implementation

Community Engagement

Community members’ input is important to creating a user-friendly active transportation network. Where do people want to bicycle and walk to? What are barriers people face? What types of infrastructure do people feel comfortable using?

Check back on the webpage to find latest ways to engage with the project. Here’s what’s coming up:

November 29th – Public Open House at Powell Community Center, Conference Room E: 11:30-1:00PM and 6:30-8:00PM.

Join us on your lunch break or bring the family later to learn more about the process and provide initial input on the project!

Online Engagement

Interactive Map:

Click the Map to Add Your Comments!

Use this interactive map to tell us your ideas and concerns for active transportation in Mission. This will help the project team understand key areas of interest. Think BIG and leave as many comments as you like!


City of Mission

6090 Woodson Street
Mission, KS 66202


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