Bicycle Advisory Committee
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- January 14, 2020 - 6:30 pm
- MEETINGS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
- Meetings will be recorded and posted to the City of Beaverton’s website.
The Beaverton Building
12725 SW Millikan Way
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
Minutes are also available following approval.
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About the Bicycle Advisory Committee
Powers & Duties
According to Beaverton Code 2.03.560 (Powers and Duties), the purpose of the Board is:
- To focus on the promotion, education and safety of bicycling and related modes of active transportation in and around the City of Beaverton.
- To provide City Council and City staff with perspective of bicyclists and active transportation users on significant public and private plans and development projects regarding bicycle and related active transportation circulation, access and general use, when appropriate.
- To provide City Council and City staff with input and evaluation of existing active transportation infrastructure from the standpoint of public need and to recommend development priorities in alignment with the Active Transportation Plan and the Beaverton Community Vision Plan.
2020 Bike Beaverton
2020 Bike Beaverton has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
ODOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Program contains a large amount of state and local information and resources including pending legislation and laws and regulations relating to bicycles and pedestrians.
Non-Profit Bicycling Resources
League of American Bicyclists: a non-profit national organization that is working with local communities toward a bicycle friendly America. The City of Beaverton was awarded a Silver Award Bicycle Friendly Community designation in 2005 and retains this designation through 2015.
NW Bicycle Safety Council: a non-profit, Northwest Council for bicycle safety education.
The Street Trust: a non-profit membership organization working to promote and improve public transit, walking and bicycling conditions in Oregon. Since 1990, The Street Trust (formerly the Bicycle Transportation Alliance) has worked in partnership with citizens, businesses, community groups, government agencies, and elected officials to create communities where people can meet their daily transportation needs through active transportation.
WashCo Bikes: a nonprofit Washington County-based bicycle resource center.