Find Bike/Ped Committees

Get Involved with Local Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocates

There are over 60 active committees and teams working in cities, towns, and regions all over Maine to improve biking and walking conditions. These committees are made up of local residents like yourself. Quite often, municipal staff participate as well.

Take Action to make Maine better for biking today by getting involved with your local committee. Use the list and map below to find out whether your community has a team, and how to get in touch with them. If you live in a town without a listed committee, consider creating a new committee yourself. Contact the Bicycle Coalition of Maine for more information.

Click here to download a complete list of bike/ped committees and contact information, or find your local committee on the map below.

If you’d like to add your committee to the list, please fill out this form.

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Advocacy Toolkit

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