BPAC organizes women’s history ride

Together with the Alexandria Spokeswomen and Alexandria Celebrates Women, BPAC organized a group ride on March 27 to celebrate Women's History Month. Riding in small groups, with staggered start times and other covid precautions, we visited parks, schools, and other city facilities named after notable Alexandrian women. We also stopped at two sites in Alexandria … Continue reading BPAC organizes women’s history ride

BPAC to host two Smart Cycling classes

Want to feel more safe and confident riding your bike in various traffic conditions, terrain, and climates? Live or work in northern Virginia? BPAC is hosting two FREE Smart Cycling classes, designed to help people ride more safely and confidently. Whether you've been riding for years or just started riding because of the pandemic, you'll … Continue reading BPAC to host two Smart Cycling classes

The Year in Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure

by Ken Notis Infrastructure Chair Complete Streets BPAC members have participated in outreach as local citizens, advocating for safer streets for all.The City has been doing outreach on several major projects – notably the intersection of King/Callahan/Russell, Eisenhower Avenue repaving from Holland to Mill, and on Commonwealth Avenue. BPAC members gave their feedback on those … Continue reading The Year in Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure