The Active Transportation Working Group has cross-sectional representation, including staff from MTC and other public agencies, public health professionals, transportation advocates, consulting firms and mobility companies, who are all working on active transportation and micromobility. The Bicycle Working Group was originally formed to implement MTC’s 2000 Regional Bicycle Plan, and later merged with the Pedestrian Working Group to form the Active Transportation Working Group, focused on Complete Streets, active transportation and micromobility.
The Working Group typically meets the third Thursday every other month. Its activities include:
- Data collection and analysis
- Planning, maintenance and funding
- Marketing and outreach
For assistance, including information on upcoming meetings and joining the email listserv, please contact Regional Planning Program Section Administrator Elizabeth Bugarin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about MTC’s Bicycle, Pedestrian and Micromobility projects and programs.
To make urban roadways more bike- and pedestrian-friendly, a new design approach known as Complete Streets has emerged to help ensure that people of all ages and abilities can use the street safely.
Bay Wheels is the Bay Area’s regional bicycle share system that operates in the cities of Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, San Jose and the city and county of San Francisco. Bay Wheels allows users to make point-to-point trips using shared bicycles. Visit the Bay Wheels bike share page to learn more about the program.
How many of your neighbors bike to work? Visit our interactive (and addictive) website Vital Signs, to get current stats.