Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC)

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BPAC Mission2016 Bicycle Friendly Community Sign (SW corner Butterfield and Batavia) 3 of 3

Support, encourage and promote safe bicycling and walking throughout the city through capital improvements, amenities, events, and programs. 

Meetings 

  • Typically, Second Tuesday of each month (view upcoming meetings)
  • 6:30 P.M. 
  • City Hall- City Council Chambers
    28W701 Stafford Place
    Warrenville, IL 60555

Current Agenda

The monthly BPAC agenda can be found on the City’s calendar page (LINK)

Members

  • Harlan Davis (Chair)
  • Phillip Ebbesen
  • Mark Kasprzyk 
  • Charles Sikaras
  • Kirk Tate
  • Council Liaison: Alderman Craig Kruckenberg
  • City Liaison: Kristin Youngmeyer

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Plan for bicyclists and pedestrians as part of a citywide and regional multi-use transportation system.
  • Evaluate and identify ways to improve bicycle and pedestrian services, trails, paths, on-street bikeways, and other economically-feasible projects.
  • Identify projects that improve safety for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. 
  • Reduce car and bike/pedestrian conflicts.
  • Encourage bicycle commuting and walking.
  • Initiate bicycle and pedestrian safety programs and events.
  • Host public meetings to create safe routes to schools and parks.
  • Provide resources and educational materials.
  • Maintain the City’s designation as a "Bicycle Friendly Community" by the League of American Bicyclists’.
  • Establish communications with the Ride Illinois, Active Transportation Alliance, Illinois Prairie Path, the Trails Coordinator of the DuPage County Trails System, and other related community groups.
  • Make recommendations to City Council for the planning of bikeway and pedestrian routes.