Join Destination Safe for critical conversations about how to make our roads safer

Vision Zero is a strategic philosophy that aims to eliminate traffic fatalities for all users — drivers, transit users, pedestrians of all ages and abilities, and bicyclists. The first-ever Pathways to Vision Zero Summit introduces policymakers, community representatives and change-makers to the importance of Vision Zero and examines focus areas that are working to achieve zero traffic […]

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Safe Commute Guide helps employers get commuters to work safely

In partnership with RideKC, the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and the Full Employment Council, MARC has launched the Safe Commute Guide to help employers and commuters get to work safely during COVID-19. As the region continues to balance the economic rebound and public health concerns during COVID-19, safe, accessible employer commute and telecommute […]

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Snow on car during winter

Learn how to stay warm and avoid idling

It’s official. Residents across the Kansas City metro woke up to snow on Sunday, Dec. 15. For the next few months, we can expect cold weather and more snow. To avoid the chill during the first few minutes of your daily commute, you may be inclined to warm up your car while you finish your […]

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Help determine the future of transportation in the Kansas City region

Connected KC 2050, the regional transportation plan for Greater Kansas City, serves as a blueprint for managing our transportation system for the next 30 years. The plan guides how we will spend federal and state transportation funds. It covers major street and highway, public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian, and freight transportation needs and projects. A […]

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Put your mind at ease with a Guaranteed Ride Home

There are many things to consider when deciding whether or not to use alternative commute options. RideshareKC’s Guaranteed Ride Home program aims to make that decision easier by offering two free rides home per year in case of emergency. If you regularly take the bus, carpool, vanpool or ride a bike to work, register for […]

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That’s a wrap on the 2019 Green Commute Challenge

The Green Commute Challenge wrapped up on Aug. 30, 2019. This year, 39 employer-based teams with 593 team members recorded 30,875 alternative transportation commute trips — traveling by carpool, vanpool, bus, streetcar, bike, e-scooter and walking, as well as miles they save by telecommuting — during the 12-week challenge. Teams earn points and individuals become […]

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