Bike Pedestrian and Trails Commission

BPTC_logo_WebThe mission of the Carbondale Bicycle Pedestrian and Trails Commission is to create more bicycle and pedestrian friendly community. The commission makes recommendations to the Town Board of Trustees that educate, promote, and develop safe and effective programs and infrastructure to encourage bicycle and pedestrian use. 

Bike and pedestrian issues may include ensuring all town policies, plans, codes and programs are updated and implemented to take advantage of every opportunity to create a more bicycle and pedestrian friendly community; educate and develop programs to encourage bicycle and pedestrian transportation; improve the environment and reduce vehicle congestion; educate all road users to share the road and interact safely.

Bike and pedestrian trails use can enhance and promote recreational activities and further contribute the quality of life in the community and improve the health and well being of the population by promoting routine physical activity.

BPTC will establish information programs to promote bike and non motorized mobility for all purposes, and to communicate the many benefits of biking and pedestrian trail use to residents and businesses. Educate cyclists of all ages how to ride safely in any area from single-track trails, BMX parks, multi-use trails and congested town streets.

Resolution No. 13 Series 2010 Establishing the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Commission

2019 Town of Carbondale Map with Priority Corridors for Bike and Pedestrian Trails

Chapter 1 Town of Carbondale Comprehensive Plan

Roaring Fork Valley receives Gold Level for Mountain Biking, 1/2020

Commission Members
Matt Gworek, Chair
Alex Rawal, Vice-Chair
Michael Gorman, Member

David Clair, Member
Rick Blauvelt, Member
Allison Cryns, Member
Ted Zislis, Member
Andy Zack, 1st Alternate
Lori Patrick, 2nd Alternate

Chris Hassig, Board of Trustee Representative
Kevin Schorzman, Town Staff Liasion

If you have questions, please email, 970-510-1248