The municipal Bicycle Board meets on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Public Safety Building Training Room.
Visit the Bike Board’s website.
|Morgantown Monongalia MPO Bicycle Plan|
|Report sidewalk, crosswalk, street light, and street maintenance requests|
|WV State Code pertaining to bicycles|
|Morgantown Code Pertaining to Bicycling|
|Federal Highway Administration Guidelines Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices|
All Morgantown residents can enjoy bicycling safely and fearlessly anywhere, anytime, for any reason. Morgantown residents choose to ride bicycles for transportation as well as recreation. Our state and our nation recognize Morgantown for the benefits of bicycling to our health, our environment, our economy and our quality of life.
As a committee of the Traffic Commission, the purpose of the Bicycle Board is to work to make Morgantown a Bicycle Friendly Community as defined by the League of American Bicyclists so as to reduce traffic demands, afford better air quality, and improve public health. Also to make recommendations for improving signage, safety, capacity and facilities for bicycles on streets, trails or other land design or use which supports cycling; advocate for the provision of bicycle travel opportunities to and from locations such as residential, employment, commercial, education, recreation and transit centers; promote the development of safe bicycle routes to schools; and encourage use and enjoyment of bicycling and bicycle safety education in Morgantown.
Would YOU like to make Morgantown more bicycle-friendly?
We are currently seeking members from:
WVU Student Representative
Attend meetings on the first Thursday of each month from 6:30pm-8:30pm, plus time outside public meetings for projects and working groups.
What We Do
Influence decision-makers on bicycle projects and issues
Collaborate with other cyclists to improve the bicycling environment in the City
Secure funding and carry out projects that may take from a few months to a few years to complete.
If you are interested, please send a message to email@example.com explaining why you would like to become a member.”
The Morgantown Monongalia Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) recently held an open house to get input on its Regional Bicycle Plan. It’s now seeking participants in a survey about bicycling in the City of Morgantown and surrounding areas.
If you cycle in Morgantown, please take 5-10 minutes to complete the survey. Your input will be used to hone the plan before it is implemented in the Greater Morgantown area.
Voting Members (13 filled of 17 chartered)
Brian Ricketts – 1st Ward
Derek Springston – 1st Ward
VACANT – 2nd Ward
Drew Gatlin (Chair) – 3rd Ward
Christina Hunt (Secretary) – 3rd Ward
VACANT – 4th Ward
VACANT – 5th Ward
Frank Gmeindl – 6th Ward
Marilyn Newcome – 7th Ward
Jonathan Rosenbaum – 7th Ward
Matt Watson (K-12 Rep.) – 7th Ward
Chip Wamsley (Vice Chair) – Greater Morgantown
Jonathan Nellis – Greater Morgantown
Harry Grandon – Greater Morgantown
Jing Zhang – Greater Morgantown
Bridget O’Meara – Greater Morgantown
VACANT – WVU Student Representative
Alexandra Stockdale – City Engineering
Jenny Selin – City Council
David Bruffy – Mountain Line Transit Authority
Jing Zhang – Metropolitan Planning Office
Lieutenant Matt McCabe – Morgantown Police
Ryan Simonton – Legal
Christiaan Abildso – Morgantown Pedestrian Safety Board
Traci Knabenshue – WVU Sustainability
VACANT – BOPARC Representative
VACANT – WVU DOT Representative
|March 2014||No Meeting|
|January 2014||No Meeting|
|December 2013||No Meeting|
|July 2013||No Meeting|
|June 2013||No Meeting|