Mobility Strategy Sessions

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BACKGROUND

Mobility is one of four Strategy Session topics that will help distill existing policy, ongoing engagement, and high level discussion into a set of policy proposals. Those policies will then be bolstered by action steps devised by the KC Spirit Playbook planning staff and refined through public input and discussion.

If you aren't able to attend a Strategy Session, you can always still participate by completing the surveys at the bottom of this page.

Topics to be covered at Mobility Strategy Sessions are centered on the theme of "what the city can control," and include:

  • Streetscapes and Roadway Design Standards
  • Parkways and Boulevards
  • Active Transportation - Transit, Walking, and Biking
  • Safety
  • Equity and Historic Inequities
  • Transportation, Land Use, and Real Estate Development
  • Freight - Air, Rail, Trucks, Curb Use

Click here to access our mySidewalk Dashboard where you can find data on Kansas City that is related to our Mobility topics!



FIRST MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On July 27, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held the first of several Mobility strategy sessions to identify priorities and policies that will comprise the final KC Spirit Playbook. Staff analyzed the public feedback provided over the last year to identify discussion topics related to Street Design, Active Transportation, Public Transit, and Transportation Equity. Using a series of polls, attendees reacted to a series of statements and provided additional discussion about their long-range priorities.

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

You can also participate in the polls done in the meeting by going to this link.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation



SECOND MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On August 26, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held the second of several Mobility strategy sessions to identify priorities and policies that will comprise the final KC Spirit Playbook. Staff analyzed the public feedback provided over the last year to identify discussion topics related to Transportation and Land Use, Regional Mobility, and Safety. Using a series of polls, attendees reacted to a series of statements and provided additional discussion about their long-range priorities.

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

You can also participate in the polls done in the meeting by going to this link.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation



THIRD MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On September 22nd, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held the third of several Mobility strategy sessions to identify priorities and policies that will comprise the final KC Spirit Playbook. This meeting was different from our last Mobility strategy session in that instead of answering a series of questions, attendees were broken into groups and discussed Mobility from a more personal aspect. Each group created a "Persona" and described how that person gets around the city today and what would lead to their transportation needs being met by 2040.

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

You can also participate in the polls done in the meeting by going to this link.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation



FOURTH MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On December 16, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held a Mobility strategy session at which staff presented a series of draft recommendations for the KC Spirit Playbook that are related specifically to Mobility issues. These draft recommendations are not final. Staff has put these recommendations together based on a variety of data, feedback from subject matter experts, and extensive public engagement. All of the draft Mobility recommendations for the comprehensive plan are available for review and comment in a set of surveys at the bottom of this page. Here are some quick links to those surveys so you can make your voice heard on these recommendations: Speed and Safety / Transit, Bikes, and Pedestrians / Efficiency and Freight / Transparency and Implementation

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation


BACKGROUND

Mobility is one of four Strategy Session topics that will help distill existing policy, ongoing engagement, and high level discussion into a set of policy proposals. Those policies will then be bolstered by action steps devised by the KC Spirit Playbook planning staff and refined through public input and discussion.

If you aren't able to attend a Strategy Session, you can always still participate by completing the surveys at the bottom of this page.

Topics to be covered at Mobility Strategy Sessions are centered on the theme of "what the city can control," and include:

  • Streetscapes and Roadway Design Standards
  • Parkways and Boulevards
  • Active Transportation - Transit, Walking, and Biking
  • Safety
  • Equity and Historic Inequities
  • Transportation, Land Use, and Real Estate Development
  • Freight - Air, Rail, Trucks, Curb Use

Click here to access our mySidewalk Dashboard where you can find data on Kansas City that is related to our Mobility topics!



FIRST MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On July 27, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held the first of several Mobility strategy sessions to identify priorities and policies that will comprise the final KC Spirit Playbook. Staff analyzed the public feedback provided over the last year to identify discussion topics related to Street Design, Active Transportation, Public Transit, and Transportation Equity. Using a series of polls, attendees reacted to a series of statements and provided additional discussion about their long-range priorities.

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

You can also participate in the polls done in the meeting by going to this link.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation



SECOND MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On August 26, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held the second of several Mobility strategy sessions to identify priorities and policies that will comprise the final KC Spirit Playbook. Staff analyzed the public feedback provided over the last year to identify discussion topics related to Transportation and Land Use, Regional Mobility, and Safety. Using a series of polls, attendees reacted to a series of statements and provided additional discussion about their long-range priorities.

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

You can also participate in the polls done in the meeting by going to this link.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation



THIRD MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On September 22nd, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held the third of several Mobility strategy sessions to identify priorities and policies that will comprise the final KC Spirit Playbook. This meeting was different from our last Mobility strategy session in that instead of answering a series of questions, attendees were broken into groups and discussed Mobility from a more personal aspect. Each group created a "Persona" and described how that person gets around the city today and what would lead to their transportation needs being met by 2040.

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

You can also participate in the polls done in the meeting by going to this link.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation



FOURTH MOBILITY STRATEGY SESSION - COMPLETED

On December 16, 2021, City Planning & Development staff held a Mobility strategy session at which staff presented a series of draft recommendations for the KC Spirit Playbook that are related specifically to Mobility issues. These draft recommendations are not final. Staff has put these recommendations together based on a variety of data, feedback from subject matter experts, and extensive public engagement. All of the draft Mobility recommendations for the comprehensive plan are available for review and comment in a set of surveys at the bottom of this page. Here are some quick links to those surveys so you can make your voice heard on these recommendations: Speed and Safety / Transit, Bikes, and Pedestrians / Efficiency and Freight / Transparency and Implementation

UNABLE TO ATTEND A Strategy Session?

Don't worry, you can view a recording of the meeting below.

Click Here for a PDF of the Presentation


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    This survey contains draft recommendations for Mobility topics related to Speed and Safety. They were created using online and in-person feedback, both from the general public and subject matter experts, that we have received over the course of this comprehensive plan update process. After months of public engagement and multiple Strategy Sessions, city staff is bringing these draft recommendations back to the public for review and additional feedback. As you review each recommendation, please consider the following:

    • Do you feel there is an important factor or consideration missing from the recommendation? 
    • Is there an aspect of the recommendation that needs clarification? 
    • Do you have any suggestions for how best to implement this recommendation?


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    This survey contains draft recommendations for Mobility topics related to Transit, Bikes, and Pedestrians. They were created using online and in-person feedback, both from the general public and subject matter experts, that we have received over the course of this comprehensive plan update process. After months of public engagement and multiple Strategy Sessions, city staff is bringing these draft recommendations back to the public for review and additional feedback. As you review each recommendation, please consider the following:

    • Do you feel there is an important factor or consideration missing from the recommendation? 
    • Is there an aspect of the recommendation that needs clarification? 
    • Do you have any suggestions for how best to implement this recommendation?



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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    This survey contains draft recommendations for Mobility topics related to Efficiency and Freight. They were created using online and in-person feedback, both from the general public and subject matter experts, that we have received over the course of this comprehensive plan update process. After months of public engagement and multiple Strategy Sessions, city staff is bringing these draft recommendations back to the public for review and additional feedback. As you review each recommendation, please consider the following:

    • Do you feel there is an important factor or consideration missing from the recommendation? 
    • Is there an aspect of the recommendation that needs clarification? 
    • Do you have any suggestions for how best to implement this recommendation? 



    Complete Form
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    This survey contains draft recommendations for Mobility topics related to Transparency and Implementation. They were created using online and in-person feedback, both from the general public and subject matter experts, that we have received over the course of this comprehensive plan update process. After months of public engagement and multiple Strategy Sessions, city staff is bringing these draft recommendations back to the public for review and additional feedback. As you review each recommendation, please consider the following:

    • Do you feel there is an important factor or consideration missing from the recommendation? 
    • Is there an aspect of the recommendation that needs clarification? 
    • Do you have any suggestions for how best to implement this recommendation?


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    These are the topic statements presented for feedback during the second Mobility Strategy Session on August 26, 2021. 

    Please take a moment to review each statement and then select an option from the drop down box that represents your perspective.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    These are the topic statements presented for feedback during the first Mobility Strategy Session on July 27, 2021. 

    Please take a moment to review each statement and then select an option from the drop down box that represents how aggressive staff should be in finding policies that support the statement.


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