BICYCLE BOULEVARD PLANNING & DESIGN GUIDEBOOK – V1.1
The authors would like to express their gratitude to all of the individuals who shared theirknowledge and expertise in the making of this guidebook. Without your contributions thepublication of this document would not be possible.
Portland-based Steering Committee
Robert Burchfield, City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, Oregon Anthony Butzek, Metro, Portland, OregonEmily Gardner, Bicycle Transportation AllianceDenver Igarta, City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, OregonMark Lear, City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, Oregon John Mermin, Metro, Portland, Oregon Jamie Parks, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., Portland, OregonGreg Raisman, City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, Oregon
National Experts through the Association of Pedestrian & Bicycle Professionals
Eric Anderson, City of Berkeley, California John Ciccarelli, Bicycle Solutions, San Francisco, CaliforniaBill Schultheiss, Toole Design Group, LLC, Hayttsville, Maryland
Case Study & Other Context Providers
Jarrett Altman, Real Estate Professional, Portland, Oregon Tom Bertulis, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, New York, New York Kevin Christian, City of San Luis Obispo, CaliforniaRichard Drdul, Community Transportation Planner, Vancouver, British ColumbiaPeter Furth, Northeastern University, Boston, MassachusettsPreston Johnson, New York City Department of Transportation, New York, New York Morgan Kessler, City of Arcata, CaliforniaHeath Maddox, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, San Francisco, CaliforniaDavid F Roth, City of Eugene, OregonDavid Ruelas, Portland State University Graduate Student, PortlandRaphael Ruis, City of Palo Alto, California Jim Rutala, City of Ocean City, New Jersey Lee Shoemaker, City of Eugene, Oregon Tom Thivener, City of Tucson, ArizonaRochelle Wheeler, Wheeler Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning, Oakland, California