Join us on Monday, January 5th for a presentation regarding the Grindstone to Stephens Link (AKA Shepards to Rollins).
We are searching for sponsors, ranging from businesses, to organizations, to individual donors, for our Walking School Bus (WSB) Program.
Columbia Public Works will host an interested parties meeting on Tuesday, August 26 at for […]
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is assisting local trail advocates, in a bid to preserve a 145-mile segment of inactive MKT-Trailrail corridor right through the heart of Missouri.
Learn more about Amendment 7 and the Project List and what they mean for walking, biking, using a wheelchair and public transit before you vote on August 5th.
COMO Connect is looking for volunteers to become COMO Connect Ambassadors in July and August to help costumers navigate the new system.
We have provided sample comments to submit to MoDOT’s Priority Project List. Whether you are for or against the transportation sales tax, we encourage you to submit your comments to MoDOT to ensure that bicycle, pedestrian and public transit receive their fair share in the Columbia area.
HJR 68, first Missouri transportation funding plan in history to integrate active transportation, passed both the house and the senate and will be voted on by Missourians later this year.
In addition to the new bus routes for Columbia Transit, 7 proposed bus shelters were designed and are being voted on. More information on the proposed shelters and a survey to gain public input are online.
A public hearing for the MKT-Parkade Bike Blvd is set for 7:00pm June 2, 2014, at City Hall. We encourage you to attend the Council meeting and speak in favor of the project, or if you cannot attend, contact your council member via email.