Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee

The Springfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) was established to provide input on bicycle and pedestrian policies, infrastructure, programs, education, and enforcement. The committee advises the City Council and city staff on matters relating to pedestrian and bicycle planning.

To read the BPAC Bylaws click here. Here are the BPAC Protocols and Ground Rules.

News and Events
BPAC meets the second Tuesday of even numbered months as a full committee and during the odd numbered months as sub-committees. Meetings are open to the public. Full committee meeting agendas, materials, and minutes are located at SpringfieldOregonSpeaks.

BPAC Work Plans
Approved 2021-2022 Work Plan – revised April 2022
Approved 2021-2022 Work Plan
Approved 2020 Work Plan
Approved 2019 Work Plan
Approved 2018 Work Plan
Approved 2017 Work Plan
Approved 2016 Work Plan

BPAC End of Year Reports
2021 End of Year Report
2020 End of Year Report
2019 End of Year Report
2018 End of Year Report
2017 End of Year Report
2016 End of Year Report

BPAC members by Virginia Avenue sign

BPAC members and staff touring Virginia Avenue as part of the planning efforts for the Virginia-Daisy Bikeway Project.

BPAC Members
Bryce Mayall – Voting Member
David Leedom – Voting Member
Dennis Weirich – Voting Member, Chair
Joseph Pruski – Voting Member
Julia Johnson – Voting Member
Kevin Campbell – Voting Member
Mitchell Coon – Voting Member, Vice-Chair
Teresa Roark – Voting Member
Kori Rodley – City Council Liaison
Andrew Landen – Planning Commission Liaison
Simon Daws – Willamalane Park & Recreation District Liaison
Indigo Larson – Safe Routes to School Liaison
Andrea Plesnarski – Eugene Active Transportation Committee Liaison

Letters and Recommendations from BPAC
Bike Parking Upgrade Recommendation
Capital Improvement Program Recommendation
Oregon Community Paths Northeast Critical Links
West D Street
4th and South A Street
Ballot Measure 20-296 – Street Repair Bond
Northbank Path Lighting
Virginia-Daisy Bikeway Project
Mayors’ Challenge