SVBC Policy Advisory Committee
The Policy Advisory Committee is comprised of four SVBC Board members and four SVBC members and representatives from our Local Teams who are appointed for a yearly term. The group discusses local biking policy issues of interest to SVBC and advises the SVBC Board and staff on positions. SVBC advocacy staff lead the meeting.
Meetings are open to current SVBC members and are generally held the fourth Tuesday of the month. See our calendar for more information.
The City of Santa Clara has been working on its Precise Plan for El Camino Real since 2017 to guide future development in this important transportation corridor. El Camino Real is the City’s most visible and identifiable commercial corridor. The City’s General Plan...
The City of Santa Clara Bicycle Master Plan Update 2018 is ready for input. Everyone who bikes through or to Santa Clara should take a look and plan to comment. The public comment window closes on March 15th. SVBC encourages all our members to look at the plan and...
Give snaps to Redwood City for completing the Bike & Pedestrian Safety Improvement Study for El Camino Real. Staff will be presenting the conceptual designs and final report to the City Council on February 25, 2019. If you support protected bike lanes on El Camino Real in Redwood City, please attend the meeting or email Council to express your love for this project.
There is now a new phase of the Dumbarton Corridor planning process and we need your help to support healthy and active transportation options for all people along the corridor, starting at meetings next week in Redwood City and Menlo Park.
The legal challenges to Measure B spending are over after two long years! Last week, VTA gladly announced that approximately $360 million dollars, collected from Santa Clara County residents since April 2017, are now available to spend on critical transportation infrastructure needs.
You are encouraged to participate in the Feb 5th Study Session.
Help San Carlos become more bike friendly! The city is creating a new biking and walking plan and they need your help. There are two upcoming meetings in January and February and a survey and public input map open now!
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El Camino Real is a state highway – what’s your vision to make it more people-friendly? City of Santa Clara needs to hear from you about what would make you feel safe and comfortable biking on El Camino Real at two upcoming city-led meetings Dec. 13 and 17. Read on for more info.
Bike security on board of Caltrain has been an ongoing concern of the bike community. Read the latest actions from SVBC and the Caltrain JPB to resolve this issue.
On December 3, the Burlingame City Council unanimously voted (5-0) to extend its dockless bike share program through June 2019 after strong survey results showed the system’s popularity.
Editor’s note: Thanks to BPAC Chair Carmen Lynaugh for her dispatches from the front lines of Campbell bicycle and pedestrian policymaking! Want to learn more about your city's Bike and Pedestrian Advisory Committee? Click here. November 28, 2018 Update from the City...