About NJ BPAC2022-09-30T20:29:13+00:00

The New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Council (NJ BPAC) is coordinated by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center on behalf of the New Jersey Department of Transportation. The core mission of NJ BPAC is to advise, coordinate, and collaborate with NJDOT and other state, regional, and local agencies and organizations on policies, programs, initiatives, and best practices that advance walking, bicycling, transit, and micromobility as safe and essential forms of transportation and recreation for people of all ages and abilities, with a focus on meeting equity, safety, public health, and resiliency goals. NJ BPAC advises on the implementation of the New Jersey Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan, serving as both a resource and key stakeholder in existing and future statewide transportation planning efforts, such as the implementation of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Emphasis Area of the Strategic Highway Safety Plan. NJ BPAC is also a forum for information exchange, engagement, and coordination among experts and entities across the state, providing opportunities for resource-sharing and education on emerging issues, including access to experts in the field of bicycle and pedestrian safety, education, and design.

Click here for the Bylaws of NJ BPAC
Who attends NJ BPAC meetings?2022-09-20T17:16:00+00:00

Everyone is invited! Members usually include bicycle and pedestrian advocates, engineering and planning professionals, and staff members from local, county, and state agencies from the transportation, health, environmental, and enforcement fields.

When and where are NJ BPAC meetings?2022-09-20T17:16:29+00:00

NJ BPAC meets up to six times a year, with additional communication online or via teleconference. Members of subcommittees may also have additional meetings throughout the year, as agreed upon by subcommittee members. NJ BPAC meetings are held virtually via Zoom. Click here to register for the next NJ BPAC meeting and receive the Zoom link!

What is the Executive Council?2022-10-19T13:30:13+00:00

The NJ BPAC Executive Council consists of up to twenty-five (25) members, and one Chair who may be appointed by NJDOT Bureau of Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs Manager. The members of the Executive Council represent entities with an interest in bicycle and pedestrian issues.

How can I get involved?

NJ BPAC is open to everyone! There are multiple ways to be involved and contribute as a member of NJ BPAC. All attendees are highly encouraged to serve in one (or more) of the three subcommittees (design & infrastructure, policy, and safety) to offer best practices, big ideas, and other input. Attendees can also submit public comments as part of registration. Comments are reviewed prior to meetings and can be addressed during the open floor portion of each meeting. If you are interested in being a part of the NJ BPAC, please email us at bikeped@ejb.rutgers.edu and register for the next meeting here!

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