The mission of the BPAC is to promote Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement and Evaluation & Planning (5-E's) concepts pertaining specifically to bicycling and pedestrian modes, and to provide input into the planning processes at the MPO.
BPAC 2013 Schedule:
Wed. Jan 9, 6pm, Central Library Lecture Room
Tues. Feb. 5, 6pm, Central Library Lecture Room
Tues. Mar. 5, 6pm, Central Library Lecture Room
Tues. Apr. 2, 6pm, Central Library Lecture Room
Tues. May 7, 6pm, Central Library Lecture Room
Tues. Jun. 4, 6pm, Central Library Lecture Room
Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee- Tulsa City Council Recommendations, 12-6-12
BPAC Recommendations Presentation to City Council (Video), December 6, 2012
Presentation Material for BPAC Presentation, 12/6/2012
INCOG Trails Master Plan (1999) Also see maps of Trail Route Plan, Trail Phasing Plan, Conceptual "On-Street" Bike Route Plan, Regional Trail Coverage Plan, and Existing Conditions)
Comprehensive trails plan for the Tulsa Metro area. Includes a planned 283-mile trail system and a 207-mile on-street bikeway system.
City of Tulsa Americans with Disabilities Transition Plan (2011)
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
The single best source for information on everything Bicycle and Pedestrian. The PBIC offers training, resources, and research on solutions cities can use to make cities more pedestrian and bicycle friendly.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Case Study Compendium
262-page compendium on successful projects around the U.S. organized in to chapters: Comprehensive, Education, Engineering, Encouragement,
League of American Bicyclists
Advocacy organization for cyclists.
Bicycle Friendly America Program (Tulsa is currently designated Bronze until 2013)
NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide
Technical guide for the design of bikeways.
Bicycle/Pedestrian Funding Sources: Federal
Benefits of Cycling to Work Factsheet
Bicycle Maintenance Tips
Rules of the Road
Bicycle Ordinances in Tulsa Region
About the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
For more information about the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee contact James Wagner at 918.584.7526 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.