Bike & Pedestrian Alliance of Clinton (BPAC)


Debbie Lundgren, Chair
William Stanton Andrews Memorial Town Hall
54 East Main Street
Clinton, CT 06413
Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month, at 7:30pm in the Eliot House.
We invite you to GET INVOLVED!

Committee Members

Alan Felgate
Rita Foster
Debbie Lundgren
Dan Mahier
Lori Coco
Jennifer Pennington
Richard Free
Gary Markesich
Michael Oliver
Aaron Foster

Mission Statement

Recognizing the integral role of functional exercise in public health and environmental sustainability, BPAC is committed to promoting safe active transportation options through the five E’s, as defined by the League of American Bicyclists External Link:
  1. Engineering – provide a comprehensive network of safe routes for active (i.e., non-motorized) travel.
  2. Education – teach motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, etc., to respect each other’s rights and observe the traffic rules necessary to safely share the roads.
  3. Encouragement – promote the shift of short trips and commutes from motorized to active travel to improve health, reduce congestion, and foster sustainability.
  4. Enforcement - ensure that existing traffic safety rules, such as posted speed limits, stop signs, and crosswalks, are consistently observed in all modes of travel.
  5. Evaluation – actively solicit public feedback and effectively address public concerns in order to expand participation in and benefits of active transportation.

Join Us for a Day of Family Fun!

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 Andrews Memorial Town Hall


Clinton's Fourth Annual Bike/Ped Fest will be held on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014, 10:00am - 2pm at Town Hall, 54 E. Main Street, Clinton, CT. The event is organized by the Bike & Pedestrian Alliance of Clinton, with support from the Town of Clinton. Family-friendly activities include:

  • Bike Decorating Station and Parking Lot Parade
  • Traffic Skills Primer
  • Bike-Helmet Fitting
  • Bike Maintenance Checks
  • Family Fun Ride

Registration is free. All ages and ability levels are welcome. Route 1 will be closed to traffic for the Family Fun Ride. Helmets are required. Join us for a day of outdoor family fun!

Bike Advocacy

Rules of the Road

BPAC urges everyone to become familiar with bicycle-, pedestrian-, and equestrian-related laws before driving a bicycle or motor vehicle on the roadways. Please click on Rules of the Road in the Forms Section below, and also check out the following websites for more information:


Documents & Archive

Documents for Bike & Pedestrian Alliance Committee

2011-03-28Minutesfile link 2011-03-28 Minutes Bike And Pedestrian Alliance.pdf
2012-02-14Minutesfile link 2012-02-14 Minutes Bike And Pedestrian Alliance.pdf
2012-03-13Minutesfile link 2012-03-13 Minutes Bike And Pedestrian Alliance.pdf
2012-05-08Minutesfile link 2012-05-08 Minutes Bike And Pedestrian Alliance.pdf