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WAMPO Call for Projects
Planning Walkable Places
May 15, 2017 – June 15, 2017

The Planning Walkable Places program is a non-construction grant program using funds that are "left over" from planned construction projects. Formally approved in May 2017, the program focuses on community goals that can be achieved through increasing walkability.

These goals include, but are not limited to, improving health, safety, and connectivity; improving community vitality and 'sense of place'; enhancing tourism, attracting young talent, improving the mobility of seniors and children; increasing the enjoyment and safety of community events; and providing a distinctive place that promotes community identity and serves as a landmark.

The application period is currently open and will close on Thursday, June 15, 2017, with awards being done later this summer 2017.  To apply for a project, each authorized representative of a WAMPO member communities should familiarize themselves with the below Program, Visual Guide and submit a completed application, to the attention of Jason O'Brien at  

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Staff Contact: Tricia Thomas |

Regional Pathway System Plan (RPSP)

The Regional Pathway System Plan (RPSP) identifies primary east/west and north/south corridors that connect most of the communities in the WAMPO region. These regional corridors create a framework for biking facilities and help lay the foundation for identifying missing links. The regional corridors can be looked at as a backbone system that connects existing and future bicycle/pedestrian facilities.

Download the Regional Pathway System Plan (RPSP)​​​


Bicycle and Pedestrian Count

Click Here to Register!

Every year WAMPO coordinates an annual count of bicycle and pedestrian activity across 35 different sites in Park City, Goddard, Andover, Mulvane and Wichita to name a few.

The data collected during the count helps to estimate the number of people and locations people bicycle, walk and run. Once collected, the data is used to plan the location of future bicycle and pedestrian investments. In order to effectively gather this information we rely on a team of volunteers to spend a short period of time at each site counting bicyclists and pedestrians.

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are needed at several locations on the following dates:

Thursday, September 21, 2017
(5:00 - 7:00pm)

Saturday, September 23, 2017
(Noon - 2:00pm)

Know other people or groups who would like to participate? Please share our flyer!

2017 Count Event Informational Flyer

Count Results

WAMPO would like to extend a very special thank you to all the volunteers who make this event possible each year!  Thank you!

Current: 2016 Report 

Photo Contest Winners: 2016 Winners

View the bike count data reports from previous years:

2015        2014        2013        2012              


Requests for special accommodation and/or language interpretation should be made to Tricia Thomas at or call 316.352.4860. WAMPO fully complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. For more information, call 316.352.4860 or download the Title VI Discrimination Complaint Form​.