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. 

Part of South Burlington's Comprehensive Plan is to develope a safe and efficient transportation system that supports pedestrian, bicycle, and transit options while accommodating the automobile. Also establish a city center with pedestrian-oriented design, mixed uses, and public building and civic spaces that act as a focal point to the community. 

South Burlington has nearly 24 miles of mulit-use paths to explore. The path is maintained year-round, and is almost always a wonderful place to enjoy some time outside walking, jogging, stroller pushing, dog walking, or bicycling. To learn more about the South Burlington paths and trails click here.

Current Members: 

Donna Leban 2019
Robert Britt 2021
Amanda Holland 2021
Bill Wooden 2020
Cathy Frank, Vice Chair 2019
Dana Farr, Chair 2020
Katie Dolbec 2021
Shawn Goddard 2019
   
(appointments are 3 year staggered terms, expiring on June 30th of the year listed)

Ashley Parker is the City liaison for the Bike and Ped committee. She can be reached at aparker@sburl.com

Share the Road
The City is working with the Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee to promote a new initiative that was originally created by the Vermont Agency of Transportation.  It is called: Share the Road.
As the City works to create a bikeable and walkable downtown, we feel it is important to remind all users that safety is a personal responsibility. There are many laws and rules that govern our roadways to provide us with a framework for safety and help guide us in the decisions we make on the road or rec path.  We invite you to take a look at the VTrans Share the Road brochure, which highlights many of these laws and guidelines that will help make our community safer. 
Whether you utilize the City’s infrastructure as a motorist, pedestrian, or bicyclist, please be mindful of others that are using the same infrastructure and remember to Share the Road.

Meetings, Agendas, and Minutes
All meetings are open to the public and are typically held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm at the City Hall Offices at 575 Dorset Street. 
Agendas and Minutes for the South Burlington Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee are posted on Clerkbase under the South Burlington "Boards and Committees."