Local Walk/Bike Committees
Local Motion partners with local walk/bike committees across Vermont to help them set goals, plan projects, organize community support, and more. Here are a few of the groups we work with regularly.
We would love to work with more groups and feature them on this page! If you are involved in a walk-bike group that is not listed here, email Local Motion's Community Engagement Manager, Adam Maxwell.
The Burlington Walk/Bike Council is an all-volunteer advisory council to the City of Burlington. It works closely with and advises the Department of Public Works and the Department of Parks & Recreation on infrastructure improvements and policy changes for bicycling and walking. The council also leads advocacy efforts and organizes events and activities that promote and celebrate walking and biking in Burlington and beyond. Anyone interested in making Burlington a better and safer place for bicycling and walking is encouraged to attend its meetings (generally held on the 4th Thursday of each month in City Hall Room 12).
visit the bwbc website
The Morristown Bike-Ped Committee advises Morristown and Morrisville on improvements for walking and biking and leads the implementation of selected projects. It also runs a local bike share initiative that is open to all community residents.
visit the morristown bike-ped committee webpage
The Shelburne Bike and Pedestrian Paths committee is responsible for the planning and implementation of a path system linking key destinations in Shelburne with surrounding communities.
Visit the Shelburne and Pedestrian Paths Committee homepage
The purpose of the Bike/Walk Advisory Committee is to advance Essex Junction as a friendly neighborhood community where bicycling and walking are encouraged, and where sidewalks, bike paths, multi-use paths, and other facilities are provided and maintained in order to enhance the year-round safety, accessibility, convenience, enjoyment, and health of all citizens.
Visit the Essex Junction Bike/Walk Advisory Committee Homepage
The Brattleboro Safe Streets Committee formed in 2012 to with the goal of taking action to enhance the safety of Brattleboro's streets, roads, and sidewalks for all users. Today, this group of committed citizens is involved in a number of projects from ensuring road reconstruction projects follow complete streets guidelines, to promoting redevelopment projects that are walk and bike friendly.
The Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee is an advisory committee of seven to nine volunteer citizens of South Burlington, who are appointed by the City Council. The mission of the committee is to oversee the general operation of the city's many recreational paths, including field trails and sidewalks, and to advise the City Council of operational needs and future development plans for the path network.