Local Walk/Bike Groups & Committees

Local committees and advocacy groups are working to build complete streets in communities across Vermont. We can connect you with a group in your area, or help you form a new one. 

Find a Local Walk/Bike Group

Local Motion partners with and supports local walk/bike organizations across Vermont to help them set goals, plan projects, organize community support, and more.

Local walk/bike organizations increase awareness about walking and biking, help local decision-makers set priorities for complete streets improvements, and engage partner organizations and interested citizens in promoting positive change.

We can help your community set up a local walk/bike advisory committee or advocacy group if it doesn't already have one. If you are involved in or know of a walk/bike group that may be interested in working with us, or would like to learn more about setting up a walk/bike committee or group in your community, please email Local Motion's Livable Streets Program Manager, Jonathon Weber

Chittenden County 

Burlington Walk/Bike Council

South Burlington Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee

Shelburne Bike and Pedestrian Paths Committee

Shelburne Village Pedestrian Safety Group

Essex Junction Walk/Bike Advisory Committee

Underhill Alternative Transportation Committee

Windham County

Brattleboro Coalition for Active Transportation (BCAT)

Addison County 

Walk/Bike Council of Addison County

Get Help Forming a New Walk/Bike Group

We can help you start a new walk/bike group if there isn't an active one in your area.