PSRC works with communities throughout the region to plan and implement bicycle and pedestrian projects and programs.
VISION 2050 and the Regional Transportation Plan call for the development of a transportation system that offers more travel choices while preserving environmental quality and open space. Active transportation plays a key role in achieving these goals. PSRC is working with communities throughout the region to plan for and implement efficient and effective bicycle and pedestrian projects and programs.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee provides input to PSRC staff, policy boards, and other advisory committees on a variety of bicycle and pedestrian-related planning issues.
About the Regional Bicycle Network
The Regional Bicycle Network (RBN) is a vision for a future, interconnected bicycle network that connects regional destinations across the four-county region. This effort is to facilitate cross-jurisdictional planning for bicycle connectivity and highlights key gaps and missing links. The RBN is built from the existing networks of trails, bicycle lanes, and neighborhood greenways. The RBN also includes future planned projects and aspirational links. The goal is to promote the creation of a comfortable network of bicycle facilities that accommodate people of all ages and abilities to access regional destinations using active transportation. More detailed information about the RBN is available in the 2018 Active Transportation Plan, Chapter 4.
The Regional Bicycle Network interactive webmap is currently under construction and will be available once updates are completed.