Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
The Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) reviews transportation plans and projects for non-motorized mobility and safety, provides a forum for the discussion of issues affecting bicyclists and pedestrians, and reports to the TPO Governing Board on bicycle and pedestrian-related issues.
The BPAC also assists the TPO staff in the development of comprehensive bicycle transportation plan (a component of the Long-Range Transportation Plan), and reviews plans and projects for bicycle and pedestrian mobility in the Transportation Improvement Program.
The BPAC usually meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 5:30 PM at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center at 111 NW 1st Street, Conference Room #18-4.
Here are the meeting dates for 2019:
- January 22
- February 19
- March 26
- April 23
- May 21 (revised)
- June 25
- Recess in July
- August 27
- September 24
- October 22
- November 12
- December 10
Meeting dates above are subject to change. Click here to see current calendar.
The BPAC is comprised of up to 25 private citizens who have been appointed by the TPO Governing Board, one per member. Each BPAC member serves until they are replaced or choose to step down.
A Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) was created by the Miami-Dade TPO Governing Board as a subcommittee of the Citizen’s Transportation Advisory Committee in 1984. In 1985 the BAC was made a separate committee. In the 1990s the BAC took on pedestrian issues and became the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC).
Would you like to join the BPAC or have questions? Email Kevin C. Walford or call 305-375-2642.
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