Bicycle / Pedestrian / Active Mobility Advisory Committee

Meetings

The Committee shall hold meetings at least once each month. Special meetings will be called by the Chair or any two members of the Committee, signing a call for such a meeting.

Members

The Committee shall be composed of eleven voting members and three ex-officio members of the public. All members shall be residents of the City of Winston-Salem, but cannot be employees of the City of Winston-Salem.  All members shall be recommended by the Mayor and approved by the City Council.  The Committee members shall elect a Chairman and Vice-Chairman from their voting membership.  

Staff Support

 Matthew Burczyk (336-747-6884)

Method of Appointment

When making recommendations to the City Council for Committee members, the Mayor will seek candidates who have the following backgrounds or experiences:

Active transportation commuting; Recreational cycling, walking, and/or running; Transportation planning and policy; Primary and secondary education transportation services; College/University transportation services; Transit services; Advocacy for accessibility for people with disabilities; Transportation issues affecting minority, low-income, and limited English proficiency residents.

Terms of Office

Voting members shall serve three-year staggered terms, with five of the initial eleven members being designated to serve a two-year term, each, and the remaining six members being designated to serve a three-year term, each.  All subsequent appointments shall be for three-year terms. The members of the Committee shall serve without compensation.

Current Member List

NameRace & GenderTermExpiration
Greg Errett
Joshua Swift
Scott Miller
Michael G. Hosey
Sharon E. Nelson
Andy L. Moore
William K. Davis, Jr.
Arnold Smith
Cynthia Thompson
Donna Jones
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Purpose

The purpose of the committee is to review plans, projects, policies, and programs that may impact the safety and mobility of those who travel by foot, bicycle, or other active mobility device, and to ensure consistency with city goals to improve and promote safe multimodal transportation.  While the Committee serves in an advisory capacity, the City Council makes the final decision on transportation and development issues.