Cycling & Pedestrian Task Force

Meetings


  • 3 p.m.
  • 1st Wednesday of each month

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Membership

The cycling and pedestrian transportation task force shall be comprised of at least five (5) persons. One (1) person shall be appointed by the county commission, one (1) by the school district, with three (3) to be appointed by the City of Warrensburg. Of the city's representatives, one (1) at large from city staff, one (1) with a demonstrated background in cycling, and one (1) with a demonstrated background in walking.



*Eligible for reappointment
Members Position Term Expiring
Bob Russell 2 Year Term  
Jennifer Yost 2 Year Term 2017
Peggy Nuckles 2 Year Term 2017
Chris Combs 2 Year Term  
Monda Reynolds 2 Year Term 2019
Slim Coleman Staff, Dir. Public Works n/a
Barbara Carroll Staff, Dir. Community Development n/a

Term Limit


Each appointee shall serve for a term of two (2) years. In addition, it is also desirable that there be a city council representative and representation from allied departments, organizations, agencies and businesses (such as parks and recreation department, planning and zoning, public works, WILS, UCM office of sustainability, Pertle Springs Planning Committee).

Duties & Responsibilities 


(1)

Reviewing and evaluating the current status of the appeal and safety of people on bicycles and those moving as a pedestrians within the city and its immediate surroundings.

(2)

Developing a plan for improving transportation that addresses the following:

a.

Proposed physical structure changes and improvements such as signage, sidewalks, pedestrian crossings, bike lanes, and walking and cycling trails;

b.

Proposed regulatory and enforcement changes designed to improve motoring, biking and foot traffic practices; and

c.

Education of motorists, cyclists and pedestrians through the media, schools, civic organizations, communities of faith and local government agencies.

(3)

Investigating and identifying grants which might fund the cost of implementing part or all of the recommended plan.

(4)

Seeking examples and suggestions from other communities that have made advancements in cycling and pedestrian systems.

(5)

Making a report and proposals as needed to the city and county no later than biennially in January of odd-numbered years.