Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission is to provide a forum for users to help inform policies and priorities to ensure a safe, connected, convenient, and comfortable pedestrian and bicycling system in the City that contributes to the City’s Mode Shift Goals, and a culture of active living and equity in transportation demonstrable of what it means to be “America’s City for Health.”

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The advisory committee is composed of 9 members appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Common Council.  Meeting are held four times per year.  MEETING TIMES TO BE DETERMINED.

MEMBER RESPONSIBILITY

Inform City Public Works, Parks and Recreation, and Planning Departments of priorities and needs of user groups.& Be a conduit for users to understand the contexts of constraints and opportunities for improving public and private transportation systems serving pedestrians and bicyclists.  Provide input on policy, funding, and design issues as determined by Directors of Public Works, Parks and Recreation, and Planning

APPOINTMENT REQUIREMENTS

The nine members shall be selected based on the following criteria:

  • Four members from the bicycling community

  • Two members representing pedestrians

  • Three members representing one or more of the following areas:

    • Transit

    • Transportation sustainability

    • Public safety

    • Public health.

Appointments are for three years.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Bicycling Community

Barbara Beck (Term ends 2019)
Karen Cohen (Term ends 2018)
Donald Fell (Term ends 2017)
Genevieve Hulsing (Term ends 2017)

Pedestrian Focus

Steve Baumgartner, Secretary (Term ends 2019)
Brad Richards (Term ends 2018)

Transit/Safety and Health

Kelly Corbin, Chair (Term ends 2018)
Christian Holter, Vice Chair (Term ends 2019)
Mark Hrubetz (Term ends 2017)

For Further Information Contact Rochester Public Works:
John Wellner – 328-2422 

Dillon Dombrovski – 328-2421