Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee advises the Board of Supervisors on funding, projects, programs and policies related to improving and increasing bicycling and walking transportation.
MEETINGS & LOCATION
The Commission shall establish the time and place of its regular meetings, shall meet at least 4 times a year, unless otherwise determined by a majority vote of the Commission.
|Supervisor||n/a||n/a||Board of Supervisors|
|Kaley Lyons||Liaison||n/a||n/a||Sustainability Office|
|Susan Doherty||Commissioner||05/10/2016||06/30/2018||Safe Routes to School|
|William Kelly||Commissioner||05/10/2016||06/30/2020||Older Adults|
|Cristina Prather Persson||Commissioner||05/10/2016||06/30/2020||Bicycling Transportation|
|Carrie Doyle||Alternate||05/10/2016||06/30/2018||First Alternate Member|
|Natalie Gore||Alternate||05/10/2016||06/30/2020||Second Alternate Member|
The Commission shall consist of five voting members who shall be residents of the County of San Mateo and who regularly walk and/or ride a bicycle for transportation purposes. One member shall represent the interests of the Safe Routes to School Community; one member shall represent the interests of Older Adults; one shall represent the interests of Bicycling Transportation; and the two remaining seats shall be At-Large.
For the initial appointment of members, two members shall be appointed to serve two year terms and three members shall be appointed to serve four year terms. Thereafter, each of the terms shall be four year terms. Upon the conclusion of a term, a member may be reappointed subject to a maximum of three complete four year terms.
To advise and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors; to develop and implement an annual work plan; to provide a public forum for input from the members of the public and to identify unmet needs; to act as an advocate for people walking and bicycling; and to fulfill other duties and engage in other activities as directed by the Board of Supervisors.
Board of Supervisors
Board Resolution No. 73998 adopted September 1, 2015.