Ashland, OR Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission
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The primary purpose of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission shall be to advocate the equal opportunity to use non-automotive forms of travel and to ensure the development of bicycle and pedestrian facilities into a well-designed, integrated transportation network for all Ashland citizens. In doing so, the powers, duties and responsibilities of the commission shall be as follows:
A. To promote bicycling and walking in Ashland.
B. To review and make recommendations on the long-range transportation plans as related to bicycle and pedestrian issues of the city.
C. To promote bicycle safety programs.
D. To serve in a liaison capacity between the city and Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee in developing the statewide bicycle and pedestrian program, and in meeting the goals of the State of Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan.
E. To serve in a liaison capacity between the city and the Jackson County Bicycle Committee in developing overall coordinated plans for bicycle facilities and bicycle safety programs.
F. On a yearly basis, to review and make recommendations on transportation projects as related to bicycle and pedestrian issues in the city.
G. To review and recommend transportation project prioritization and funding as related to bicycle and pedestrian issues in the city.
H. To advise the planning commission in the administration of the site review process with respect to bicycle and pedestrian facilities and parking.
I. To assist in the implementation of the Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan.
J. To develop and recommend to the city council and planning commission adoption of ordinances and policies for the planning and maintenance of bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughout the city.
K. To advise the city administrator and city departments regarding bicycle and pedestrian issues in the city.