The BPAC meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the West Conference Room at Sunnyvale City Hall.
Meeting agendas, reports and minutes will be available on InSite, the City's Agenda Management System.
This seven-member commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council on bicycle and pedestrian issues. Specific duties include:
- Recommend priorities for bicycle and pedestrian projects for the annual TDA Article 3 funding application cycle.
- Participate in periodic review and revision of the Bicycle Plan and Map.
- Review and make recommendations on changes to the Sunnyvale Municipal Code related to bicycles and pedestrians.
- Review and make recommendations on Federal, State and regional policy proposals related to bicycles and pedestrians.
- Develop recommendations on promotion of bicycling and walking as viable, sustainable means of transport.
- Review and make recommendations on the applicable sections of the General Plan.
The City of Sunnyvale welcomes comments and suggestions from concerned bicyclists and pedestrians regarding existing problems or potential low-cost improvements to enhance safety, improve the City's bicycle facilities, and encourage bicycling (e.g.; pavement maintenance, signing, striping, loop detection and signal timing, bike rack installation, hazard removal, education, enforcement, etc.). Please use the "Contact Us" feature to notify the City of any comments and/or concerns.
Road hazards located on a Caltrans (El Camino Real) or County Roads (Central Expressway and Lawrence Expressway) may be be reported to the City, or directly to the operating agency. Hazards located on a Caltrans facility may be reported by calling (510) 286-4444. Hazards located on County Roads may be reported to email@example.com. You may also go to the Santa Clara County Roads and Airports Department.