The purpose of the BPAC is: to advise the City of Columbia Transportation Planning staff; Mayor and City Council Members, community organizations; and partners on bicycling and pedestrian issues facing the city; to work toward development of bicycle/pedestrian masterplan; to represent community and constituent interests in transportation planning decisions; and to provide feedback to staff on projects relating to walking and bicycling. City of Columbia staff will consider recommendations from the BPAC along with input from other members of the public during decision making.
For a copy of the Resolution Adopting the Plan to make Columbia a Bicycle Friendly Community, see: Resolution.
There are fifteen (15) council appointments. Members include people with interest and expertise in bicycle and pedestrian issues as well as representatives from neighborhood and business organizations. All applicants must be reside in the corporate limits of the city. Term of office is two (2) years and eligible for one (1) reappointment.
|Ms. Natalie Cappuccio Britt
|Mr. Brian Curran||September 2013|
|Mr. Mark Wall||September 2013|
|Ms. Eileen Blyth||September 2013|
|Ms. Candace Knox||September 2013|
|Mr. Cliff Spann||September 2013|
|Ms. Ruth Smryl||September 2013|
|Ms. Valerie Marcil||September 2013|
|Ms. Mary Roe||September 2013|
|Mr. James Haltiwanger||September 2013|
|Dr. Mark Salley||September 2013|
|Mr. Fred Monk||September 2013|
|Ms. Theresa Clement||September 2013|
|Dr. Gordon Langston||August 2014|