We are growing again! Our third phase is bringing seven new B-stations in June 2015, expanding bike share to 18th & Vine, Union Hill, Brookside, and Waldo.
Kansas City B-cycle is growing again! Our third phase is bringing seven new B-stations this summer, expanding bike share to 18th & Vine, Union Hill, Brookside, and Waldo.
The new B-station locations are at:
1. 18th and Vine Jazz District, 18th and Highland Avenue at the Gem Theater
2. Union Hill, 31st and Oak at Martini Corner
3. Union Hill, 30th and Main at Buttonwood Financial
4. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, at 45th and Oak
5. Trolley Track Trail, 62nd Terrace in the Brookside Shops
6. Trolley Track Trail, Gregory Boulevard and Wornall Road
7. Trolley Track Trail, 74th and Wornall in Waldo
Installation of the new B-stations will begin in June, with full operations commencing by the end of July. Stay tuned for more information!
Rendering of the new B-station coming to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
The new network
With this newest expansion Kansas City B-cycle will grow to 27 stations serving neighborhoods across Downtown, 18th & Vine, Midtown, the Country Club Plaza, Brookside, and Waldo. Bike share puts even more of Kansas City's most popular destinations within easy reach of residents and visitors.
Bike Share Supporters
Phase 3 of Kansas City B-cycle is made possible by the financial support of KCMO Public Improvements Advisory Committee (3rd and 6th Council Districts), the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Buttonwood Financial, Mid-America Regional Council, and the Federal Transit Administration.
Additional logistical support is being provided by the KCMO Public Works and Parks Departments, City Manager's Office, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, Jazz Development Redevelopment Corporation, MainCor, Brookside Communitiy Improvement District, Armour Hills Homes Association, Waldo Community Improvement District, and Waldo Area Business Association.