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Volunteers sought for Redmond’s yearly bike, pedestrian counts

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REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- In the continued effort to build a safe network to encourage biking and walking in Redmond, the City of Redmond Bicycle and the Redmond Pedestrian Advisory Committee is seeking volunteers to help conduct the annual bicycle and pedestrian counts. 

This year’s counts will measure the progress of community marketing efforts and the impact of physical improvements to the bicycle and pedestrian network, as well as inform future improvements.  It will also provide insight into the impact COVID-19 has had on Redmond’s bicycle and pedestrian patterns.

Volunteers are needed for two-hour shifts, at designated locations, to count users on Thursday, Sept. 17, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. and/or Saturday, Sept. 19, from ooon to 2:00 p.m.  A short online training is provided.

It’s easy to volunteer one of two ways:o to the City of Redmond website and reserve your favorite location and access important information.

Contact Mike Caccavano with the City of Redmond either by email: or by calling 541-504-2011.

The purpose of the BPAC is to increase pedestrian utility and bicycle ridership in Redmond – to encourage more people to bike and walk around Redmond as a means of exercise, sustainability and community. BPAC represents all bicycle and pedestrian users in Redmond, both current and future by advocating for the development of additional bike and pedestrian facilities that are user friendly, inviting and compelling, reviewing transportation projects from the viewpoint of bicycle and pedestrian users and spearheading encouragement and educational activities.

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