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Bicycle Advisory Committee



 

The Charlotte City Council approved the City/County Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) on Sept. 13, 1999, by virtue of approving the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Bicycle Transportation Plan. The BAC consists of 11 members - six appointed by City Council, two appointed by the County Commission and three appointed by the Mayor's office.

BAC terms are staggered with terms being three years. Council and Mayoral appointees must be residents of Charlotte and County appointees must be residents of Mecklenburg County. All must have an interest in bicycling as a form of transportation.

The BAC is an advisory body to City Council. The committee reviews bicycle plans and makes recommendations on implementing the policies and policy strategies. The BAC also recommends appropriate action to the City Council and County Commission on bicycle transportation issues.

2016 Bicycle Advisory Committee Members2016 Bicycle Advisory Committee members (left to right):
Paul Benton, Buzz Morley, Adam Raskoskie, Elizabeth Swanzy-Parker, 
Chris Gladora.  Martin Zimmerman, Haley Beaupre, Katie Lloyd, Robert Boyer.

Regular meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in Conference Room 266 on the second floor of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center at Fourth and Davidson streets. 

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Bicycle Advisory Committee Members 

Council Appointed:                          Mayor Appointed:                                    County Appointed:

Haley Beaupre, Chair                          Paul Benton                                                Don Pomeroy, Chair

Robert Boyer                                      Buzz Morley                                                Julie Jaksic

Chris Gladora                                     Elizabeth Swanzy-Parker                            

Katie Lloyd

Adam Raskoskie

Martin Zimmerman