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Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Policy Advisory Committee

Announcements

AnnouncementThe Policy Advisory Committee will meet in Bend on August 26, 1:00 - 4:00 PM at the ODOT Region 4 office, 63055 N Hwy 97, Building M.

Policy Advisory Committee (PAC)

Development of the Plan is guided by a Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) appointed by ODOT Director Matt Garrett and led by an Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) Commissioner Tammy Baney. PAC members represent diverse stakeholders from around the state. The PAC is tasked with helping to guide development of a balanced Plan that represents the whole state. PAC agendas and other information will be avavailable here prior to each meeting. Each meeting will include a period for public comment, and written public comment is also welcome to be submitted through ODOT staff.

At the end of the process, the PAC will make a recommendation to the OTC on adoption of the Plan. The OTC is the governing body that adopts the final plan. The Plan then becomes a modal element of the Oregon Transportation Plan.

PAC Information

Committee Membership Roster (PDF)

PAC Charter (PDF)

Schedule of Meetings

Bicycle and Pedestrian PAC Meeting Schedule (PDF)

Meeting Materials

April 15, 2014 (1:00 PM - 4:00 PM) - Chemeketa Center for Business and Industry, 626 High St, Rm 115, Salem, OR

February 19, 2014 (2:30 PM - 5:30 PM) - Chemeketa Center for Business and Industry, 626 High St, Rm 102, Salem, OR
Note: This meeting has been rescheduled from February 10th.

December 10, 2013 (1:00 PM) - Keizer Community Center, 930 Chemawa Rd NE, Keizer, OR

Resources from PAC

The following have been recommended by PAC members to help inform PAC discussions; they are listed here as a resource for PAC members, but this listing does not imply endorsement by ODOT. Articles should be closely related to Plan development activities and inform the discussion of the group. Reading of the material is optional for PAC members.

  • Getting Around on Foot: The Getting Around on Foot Action Plan looks at basic transportation infrastructure needs from various perspectives. The Plan identifies the areas of greatest needs with case studies, examples and personal stories.