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Bicycle Committee
A Bicycle Committee is a critical component of a successful Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) and can play an important role in helping local officials create, implement, and prioritize bicycle programs, facilities, and policies.

Major Roles a BAC plays in assisting local officials:

1. To provide a consensus building approach to public input on bicycle related programs, policies
and projects.
2. To act as a review panel on bicycle-related proposals
3. To perform a watchdog role on project and policy implementation.
4. To help local officials create, implement and prioritize bicycle programs, facilities and policies.

A BAC mission statement could include promoting safe bicycling by

1. Promoting events for all skill levels and age groups
2. Providing education on bicycle issues, safe bicycling, rules of the road, and emergency bicycle repairs.
3. Advocating on behalf of bicycling government actions, private developments and community events
4. Promoting full knowledge and equal enforcement of the rules of the road as they apply to bicycles, pedestrians, and automobiles.
5. Identifying and promoting needed bicycle facilities, routes, lanes and elimination of dangerous areas.
6. Informing the community about the benefits of bicycling to the environment, public health, local economy, tourist industry and reduction of traffic congestion.
7. Working with Town officials to develop a master bicycle plan
8. Promote secure bike parking

Massachusetts Bicycle Laws

Fund Established to Encourage Businesses & Nonprofit Institutions to Install Bike Racks
A fund of $3,500 is now available to encourage private businesses and nonprofit institutions to install bike racks on private business property.  The fund has been made possible by a grant from the Visitor Services Board/Tourism Fund and is being administered by the Provincetown Bicycle Committee.  Newly installed racks must be visible from the street and available for use by the general public.  Grants of up to $300 for rack(s) and up to $50 for installation costs will be made on a first come, first-served basis.  Private businesses will be required to get prior approval of the type of rack and location by the Bicycle Committee.  Complete application form to apply.

Bike Rack Cost Share Program: Application for Bike Rack Approval

The deadline for first round of applications is July 31, 2012.  For further information contact members of the Bicycle Committee: Mike Peregon (508) 487-6958 or Bill Meadows (508) 237-2571.

  • Rik Ahlberg - Term End 12/31/17
  • David Moorman - Term End 12/31/17
  • Max Cliggott-Perlt - Term End 12/31/16
  • Jeffrey Epstein - Term End 12/31/16
  • Roger Chauvette - Term End 12/31/15
  • Vacant, Alt. - Term End 12/31/15

Assistant Town Manager David Gardner

Town of Provincetown
260 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
Ph: (508) 487-7000
Fx: (508) 487-9560