Portland Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee
PBPAC is an ad-hoc group of Portland area residents who work to make the city a better place to walk, bicycle, and wheelchair.
We advocate and educate on bicycle, transit, and pedestrian issues, including handicap accessibility, with support from the city’s Healthy Portland office, and in collaboration with other offices and organizations including the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, Portland Trails, PACTS, the Department of Public Services and the Planning Department.
Members of the committee have varying reasons for involvement in the group, however, almost all use active transportation as their preferred (or only) way to get around the city. We believe improving conditions for non-vehicular modes of transportation is crucial in achieving the city and state’s climate goals, as well as making Portland a more equitable and enjoyable place to live.
Join the Discussion!
PBPAC meets monthly on the second Monday of the month.
Next Meeting: Monday, May 8th at 7 PM
We will be meeting via Zoom, recurring Zoom link:
Membership is open to any Portland resident. To become a member, attend your first meeting and declare your interest in joining the committee. Residents are eligible to vote beginning their second meeting attended.
Between meetings, discussion occurs on our Google Groups listserv. The listserv is open to anyone interested in discussing active transportation as it relates to Portland.
Recent Media Features
News Center Maine • Mar 29, 2023
News Center Maine • Jan 16, 2022
News Center Maine • Sep 1, 2022
Portland Press Herald • November 26, 2021
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