Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee was created in 2021 to address issues related to biking and walking in the City of Edwardsville, including safety and accessibility. The committee is tasked with supporting the City's goal of improving the quality of life of residents and visitors, implementing a strategic vision for walking and biking in the City, and promoting it through activities, amenities and events.
Committee Members:
  • Danielle Adair
  • Emily Morrison
  • Greg Brummit
  • Jason Stacy
  • Jo Gibson, Chair
  • Musonda Kapatamoyo
  • Paul Brazier
  • Stephanie Robbins
  • Steve Stuart
  • Susan Hume, Vice Chair

Meeting Information

Date: First Wednesday of each month

Time: 5 p.m.

Location: City Hall, 118 Hillsboro Avenue

(Meeting dates, times and locations are subject to change. Click here to confirm details.) 

Agendas and Minutes

View most recent agendas and minutes here

(Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available after approval.)

Staff Liaison: Assistant City Planner Breana Buncher; Phone: 618-692-7535

Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Is Adopted by the City

The City of Edwardsville is happy to announce that after several months of hard work and research, the City adopted our first-ever Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. The plan was crafted with the help of consultants and public input received during open house sessions and via survey. The goal was to identify priority corridors and to focus on three prime goals: accessibility, connectivity and safety.

We are excited to utilize this document to work toward becoming a more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly community. Thank you to our citizens who participated in this plan's public engagement aspect. 

Click here to review the plan.

City of Edwardsville Earns Bicycle Friendly Community Recognition

League of American Bicyclists logoThe League of American Bicyclists announced in December 2022 that Edwardsville has earned a Bicycle Friendly Community award at the bronze level. The City moved up from its 2021 honorable mention ranking, and is among 32 U.S. cities to earn the designation this year. The Bicycle Friendly Community awards reflect local leaders’ ongoing work to build better places to bike and to evaluate those efforts with equity and accessibility in mind, the League of American Bicyclists said.

To earn an award, applicants must meet specific criteria, including providing a cycling network; educating about cycling safety; enacting ordinances and policies to promote it and enforcing those; encouraging cycling through events; and evaluating the community’s efforts, such as through a master plan and an advisory committee. The designation is in effect for four years; the City can apply for renewal in 2026.

Click here to read the press release announcing the award.