Bicycling

Overland Park has a long-term, comprehensive bicycle plan.

This coordinated and strategic effort to develop a comfortable, safe, and accessible network of bicycle facilities throughout Overland Park by:

  • Improving bicycle safety, access, and connectivity throughout the city.
  • Providing support for improving bicycling in the city.
  • Promoting the benefits of bicycling and bicycle safety.
  • Measuring and evaluating Overland Park’s progress toward bicycle safety.

The City Council reviews plan implementation suggestions on a regular basis to determine funding for new projects, including additional bike lanes and sharrows on city streets.

The plan proposed 263 miles of bicycling infrastructure, including additional bike lanes and sharrows on city streets. The plan also involves better connections to and between existing trails, and the addition of bike lanes to already-planned new road project in southern Overland Park.

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2021 Updates

In 2021, crews will mark bike lanes as part of these mill and overlay projects:

  • 159th Street from Quivira to Metcalf
  • Antioch from 151st to 167th Street

They will also add wide shoulders that accommodate bicyclists on Quivira from 159th to 170th Street.

2020 Updates

In 2020, crews marked bike lanes and shared bike lanes along Nall from 83rd to 95th Street. They also added wide shoulders that accommodate bicyclists on:

  • 159th Street from Pflumm to Quivira
  • 179th from U.S. 69 to Metcalf
  • Quivira from 170th to 179th Street