Our Mission

The Walk-Bike Council of Addison County is a citizen-led advisory group with an ear to the ground on walking and bicycling issues and opportunities for all abilities.  The Council operates from the premise that bicycling and walking are essential modes of transit and recreation, and that increasing opportunities and awareness for safe walking and bicycling are good for Addison County as a whole.  It envisions a future where better conditions for safe walking and biking result in:

  • Improved access to amenities and services
  • Healthier lifestyles
  • A better sense of place, and
  • A cleaner environment

The Council is divided into Working Groups as shown below; please click on a photo to learn more:  


SAVE THE DATE!

The 2020 Vermont Walk-Bike Summit is coming!

In partnership with Vermont Agency of Transportation, and along with a number of other participating organizations and sponsors, the Addison County Regional Planning Commission, in concert with the Walk-Bike Council of Addison County will host the 2020 statewide Vermont Walk/Bike Summit in Middlebury, VT on Friday, May 8th, 2020.

Click here for more details on the 2020 Vermont Walk-Bike Summit

Click here to see an update on the Keynote Speaker



  • Latest from the blog

    Meeting Notes: December 15, 2020

    Agenda: Safe winter walking & biking (Laura) Crossing Guard & Public Works Appreciation (Laura) Traffic Calming in Middlebury (Erik) Triangle Loop update and next steps (Doug/Laura) Walk-Bike Council membership & roles (Adam)   (Notes from the: September Meeting, May Meeting, January Meeting) Continue below for full notes.
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    Meeting Notes: September 15, 2020

    The September meeting of the Walk Bike Council of Addison County was held on September 15, 2020 via Zoom. Agenda: Introductions Introducing the Council's new liaison at LocalMotion: Jonathon Weber, Livable Streets Program Manager.  Walk and Roll to School during the pandemic (Erik) Had hoped to present at Walk Bike SummitI’m willing to report out on the study that Middlebury College students undertook last spring looking at how students get to and from Mary Hogan Elementary School. I’d also be curious to hear what ideas council members have for the Safe Routes programs this year considering there are no Walk and Roll Wednesdays and visitors are not allowed on school grounds. Safe routes and parking  Route 7 navigation (thru school/shopping zone)  Bike parking standards (design, placement, sheltering) Bus stop amenities (place to sit, bike parking) -Status update on Bike/Ped.  Update on the Walk Bike Summit (Mike) (Notes from the: May Meeting, January Meeting, October 2019 Meeting)   Continue below for full notes.
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