Welcome to the BWBC

The Burlington Walk/Bike Council is an all-volunteer advisory council to the City of Burlington. We work closely with and advise the Department of Public Works and the Department of Parks & Recreation on infrastructure improvements and policy changes for bicycling and walking. The council also leads advocacy efforts and organizes events and activities that promote and celebrate walking and biking in Burlington and beyond. Anyone interested in making Burlington a better and safer place for bicycling and walking is encouraged to attend our meetings generally held on the 4th Thursday of each month in City Hall Room 12.

Find us on Facebook as "The Burlington Walk/Bike Council"

To check out past meeting minutes, workplans and other documents please see our Documents page. For more on our background and history see our History page.

The next meeting will be Thursday, September 25th, 6-8pm at Arts Riot, 800 Pine St .

September 25th's BWBC meeting will not be held.
Instead, we'll be going to the Active Living Workshop at Art's Riot. Thursday 9/25 is the first of three meetings to work on 'Plan BTV South End'.

Active Living Workshops for Burlington's South End
AARP VT, Plan BTV and the City of Burlington want to hear your ideas and dreams for a more "livable" South End in Burlington!

Join us for a dynamic and interactive workshop to share your ideas of creating a better neighborhood, whether you bike, ride or walk! This is your opportunity to provide input into the efforts underway for Plan BTV South End.

When: Thursday, Friday & Saturday, September 25th - 27th
Where: ArtsRiot, 400 Pine Street, Burlington

You are invited to attend all sections of the workshop or whatever you can make.
To view the agenda for all available sessions, click here.

The meetings are FREE- just bring your ideas and an open mind!
RSVP by phone to 877-926-8300 or register online here.

Venue: ArtsRiot, 800 Pine Street, Burlington Vermont

Thursday 25th, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Community dinner and presentation on the fundamentals of livable communities by Dan Burden and introduction to the city’s Plan BTV South End project

Friday 26th, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
8:30: Registration - coffee and light refreshments
9:00: Welcome by Mayor Weinberger - Presentation on Walkability
10:30 – 11:30: Walk Audit #1 - Economic / Creative Hub along the Pine Street Corridor
11:30 – 1:00: Lunch and Presentation on Safe Routes to School
1:00 – 2:15: Walk Audit #2 – Champlain Elementary School & Residential Neighborhoods
2:15 – 3:30: Technical Discussion and Debrief

Saturday 27th, 9:00 am -11:00 am
Presentation on the findings of the walk audits followed by facilitated discussion on next steps.
-Light breakfast included –

Next BWBC meeting: October 23, 2014

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