Walk Bike Clackamas Plan: Improving walking and biking for everyone

The goal of the Walk Bike Clackamas Plan is to create a comprehensive, long-term vision to improve opportunities for people walking and biking as they travel and enjoy recreational areas of the county.

The goal of the Walk Bike Clackamas Plan is to create a comprehensive, long-term vision to improve opportunities for people walking and biking in Clackamas County.

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What will the plan do?

The plan will:

  • Establish infrastructure priorities, such as where to build new bike lanes and sidewalks, which will help the county apply for future grants and other funding opportunities. 
  • Identify programs that increase safety and convenience of walking and biking (like Safe Routes to School).
  • Update active transportation polices and adopt performance measures so we can track progress during implementation
  • Serve as the pedestrian and bicycle transportation elements of the county’s updated Transportation System Plan (TSP)

Project area

The project applies to all urban and rural unincorporated areas of Clackamas County, and will coordinate with cities in the county. 


WB Timeline

Walk Bike Advisory Committee (WBAC)

Community members and technical experts will review project work and advise the project team. Meetings are open to the public and include time for public comment.

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Walk Bike Advisory Committee

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

WBAC Members

Name Organization/Area/Expertise
Jacob Anderson Social/Environmental Justice
Dean Apostol Rural Interests
Mark Bentz Climate Action
Allina Cannady Public Health
Mike Cardwell Bicyclists
Joseph Edge Pedestrian/Bikeway Advisory Committee
Josh Fisher Mobility Needs
Kevin Haro Diversity
Sandra Henderson Pedestrians
Kymberly Kalu Bike commuting/e-bikes
Aaron Lierseman Tourism
Natasha Muro Transit
Jay Panagos Bicyclist/Safety
Nicole Perry Safe Routes to School
Rob Sadowsky Vision Zero
Christian Snuffin Traffic engineering
Tonia Williamsom Trails
Marika Yumang Health
Scott Hoelscher Project Manager
Brett Setterfield Transportation Planner
Ellen Rogalin Community Involvement

Why do we need a new plan?

  • Things have changed
    Since the last update in 2003, our transportation system has drastically changed. projects have been built and policy priorities are different.
  • Oregon law
    State requires counties to develop balanced transportation systems and regularly update their bicycle and pedestrian plans.
  • Climate goals
    The Board of County Commissioners has set a goal for the county to be carbon neutral by 2050, which means balancing our greenhouse gas emissions to capture as much as we emit. Updating our Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan will help reach this goal.
  • New mobility options
    Planning for opportunities like bike share, e-bikes, cargo bikes and other advancements were not included in the last plan. To increase accessibility and safety in Clackamas County, emerging technologies could be integrated into our multi-modal transportation system.

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Scott Hoelscher
Senior Planner – Multimodal Transportation


150 Beavercreek Road Room #325 Oregon City, OR 97045

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