Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Bike Rodeo Roundup
A Bicycle Rodeo benefited the Madison Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy Committee and helped us to get the word out about Complete Street in Madison CT. We would like to thank Senior Boy Scout Patrol Leader Sam Hauser of Troop 490 of Madison CT, along with the Troop Leaders Tim Lynn, Dennis Dollahite, Andre Houser and Wayne Hubbs. The North Madison Volunteer Fire Company volunteers were on hand with their truck for the children to visit. A big shout-out to Zane's Cycles for their generosity in sponsorship.
The charge of the Ad-Hoc Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) shall be to develop a bicycle and pedestrian master plan and to forward such plan to Board of Selectmen for adoption, after review and recommendation by the Planning & Zoning Commission. The primary emphasis of the plan shall be to improve the town’s facilities and infrastructure that are critical to making participation in these activities safer and easier, and to promote public participation in the bicycle and pedestrian planning process. In addition to development of a bicycle and pedestrian master plan, BPAC shall also advise the Board of Selectmen on funding, projects, programs, and policies which help promote bicycling and walking as a means of transportation, recreation, and fitness.
The Ad-Hoc BPAC will consist of nine (9) members to serve for one 24-month term.
Established by the Board of Selectmen on January 22, 2018
- Bruce Beebe
- John Biehn
- Cathi Bosco
- Jason Engelhardt
- Lianne Herdle
- Sean Alexander
- Virginia Raff
- Lynn Stechschulte
- Ellen Weiss