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Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee

The Oregon Bicycle Committee was first formed by the Oregon Legislature in 1973 (Oregon Statute 366.112). In 1995, the Oregon Transportation Commission officially recognized the committee’s additional role in pedestrian issues, and the group became the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee.

The Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, or OBPAC, is an eight-member committee appointed by the governor that acts as a liaison between the public and Oregon Department of Transportation. It advises ODOT in the regulation of bicycle and pedestrian traffic, the establishment of bikeways and walkways, and other statewide bicycle and pedestrian issues. The committee meets six times a year in various locations around the state to support implementation of the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan and listen to the views and concerns of interested citizens, local officials and ODOT staff.

In August 2018, OBPAC adopted an updated Vision, Mission, and Roles statement and 2018-21 Work Program that will guide the Committee’s work.

 Meeting Schedule & Materials

Meetings Are Open to Everyone

Accommodations will be provided to people with disabilities. To request an accommodation, please email, call the Pedestrian & Bicycle Program Manager at 503-986-3555, or call statewide relay at 7-1-1 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. Reasonable accommodation, such as assistive hearing devices, sign language interpreters, and materials in large print or audiotape, will be provided as needed.

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