San Bruno Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Annual Report

San Bruno Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Annual Report

TEXT version of the report as presented at the March 25th 2014 Council meeting.  Supplied by committee member Walter Bird

Members of the BPAC

2013 Committee Members

Randy Brase   Chair  

David Nigel    Vice Chair     

Walter Bird    

Henry Mar     

Cecile Riborozo         

Jeffrey Tong  

City Council Representative 

Irene O’Connell          City Council  

City Staff       

Laura Russell  Senior Planner, Community Development   

Joseph Cervantes        Associate Engineer, Public Services


Bicycle Safety Education

Crestmoor Canyon Trails

Community Bike Ride

Street Conditions

§Public Service Announcements

Outreach and Education


Bike to Work Day

Outreach and Education

Posey Parade- 10th year running with support from Commute.org

Conducted two Assemblies at John Muir Elementary School

Topics: Safety & Maintenance It’s the Law-Children Must Wear a Helmet

Support City Initiatives

Reviewed & Commented on Three Grant Applications

One OBAG Grant

Two TDA Article 3 Grants

Reviewed New CIP Projects

Consistency with Complete Streets Policy

2014 Goals

Expand outreach to elementary schools

Safety Assemblies and Walking School Bus

Create more Public Service Announcements

Participate in development of Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan

Develop new outreach approach to receive input from the community

We Have A Vacancy!

Help promote pedestrian and bicycle safety, awareness, and access

Must have a passion for serving your community.

You do not need to be an avid cyclist.

Especially looking for walking advocates

Call the City Clerk for an application

(650) 616-7058

Thank You

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