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Get Involved with the Bicycle and Pedestrian Mode Plan

Get Involved

The Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan is the policy plan for biking and walking modes for the whole state. It is a mode plan that becomes part of the Oregon Transportation Plan when the Oregon Transportation Commission adopts it. It is very important that the Plan reflects all of Oregon and helps inform all of Oregon’s local transportation plans. Oregonians are invited to be involved in the Bike-Ped Plan development through this website and events listed here.

Sign up for the Interested Parties List to be informed when new information is posted on the Plan website.

You are welcome to submit comments on the developing Plan throughout the update project.

Upcoming Events

The Oregon Department of Transportation is hosting a series of Listening Meeting Workshops to hear from you on key policy issues that relate to walking and biking in Oregon. At the workshops, we will ask specific questions related to critical destinations, connectivity, and safety that will help inform policy development for the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (OBPP). The workshop will include an introductory presentation of the OBPP, highlight opportunities and challenges learned to date, and then break into table discussions. Please plan to attend the full workshop.

Registration is required – to register for a particular event please click on the appropriate location below:

August 27
ODOT Region 4
63055 N Hwy 97 Bldg. M
September 16
Santo Community Ctr
701 N. Columbus Ave
September 17
Eugene Library
100 W 10th Ave
La Grande
September 23
ODOT Region 5
3012 Island Ave
September 24
ODOT Region 1
123 NW Flanders St

Can’t attend the workshop in person? Check out the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Virtual Listening Meeting.

Related Documents

Plan Update Fact Sheets Plan Update Communications Plan
This product explains what to expect throughout the project. Stakeholder Interview Summary
See this summary to find out what we heard from Bike-Ped stakeholders throughout Oregon early on. These interviews helped shape the Plan update project and early PAC discussions.