APBP Policy Specialist
APBP Policy Statements
Overview of APBP Policy Statements
The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) supports the community of professionals working to create more walkable, bikeable places through facilitating the exchange of professional and technical knowledge and by promoting fundamental positions that are broadly acknowledged and acted upon by APBP members.
APBP Policy Principles:
APBP represents the professional expertise and practical experience of its members in transportation policy discussions to advance active and healthy communities.
- APBP endorses active transportation as an integral part of transportation systems through all stages of planning, design, funding, and implementation.
- APBP supports connected, convenient, and safe streets and pathways in every community and planning with the input of every member of a community.
- APBP advances street designs that make walking and bicycling a viable option for everyone in every place.
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Download Resources from APBP Policy Webinars:
- October 23, 2019 Webinar slides and recording
- August 7, 2019 Webinar slides and recording
- April 10, 2019 Webinar slides and recording
- February 13, 2019 Webinar Slides and recording. Additional handouts: Projected Recissions and Unobligated Balances
- November 13, 2018 Webinar Slides and recording. Comparing State Bicycle and Pedestrian Fatalities with Safety Spending and TAP Quarterly Report 9/2018
- July 25, 2018 Webinar Slides and the AASHTO strategic plan for the Council on Active Transportation
- April 25, 2018 Webinar Slides
- January 31, 2018 Webinar Slides and leaked Infrastructure Package memo
- Nov. 14, 2017 Webinar Slides and 2016 APBP & LAB Survey
- Sept. 12, 2017 Webinar Slides, DOT Automated Vehicle Guidance PDF, and Senate Transportation HUD Budget Article 8-15-17
- May 2, 2017 Webinar Slides
- Jan. 31, 2017 Webinar Slides
5/17/18: Click here to read the recap of the Infrastructure Week Twitter Chat, hosted by APBP.