Ada County Highway District

Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC)

The Bicycle Advisory Committee,(BAC), is comprised of a group of area cyclists representing commuters and recreational users. The BAC, following the guidlines set forth in the BAC Resolution, advises the District about new road designs, roadway maintenance needs specific to cyclists, and other cycling-related issues. All committee meetings are open to the public.

BAC Committee Members And ACHD Staff Advisors

According to the BAC bylaws , this advisory committee will be comprised of volunteers who are active bicycling advocates. They must be residents of Ada County, and represent a broad cross section of cyclists, including individual riders and members of the cycling community.

The Current Committee members are:

  •   Dave Fotsch (Chair) is an avid road, mountain and touring cyclist. Dave is Director of the Boise Bike Share program. He lives in Boise’s north end from which all his cycling adventures begin.
  •   Lisa Brady (Vice Chair) is a transportation cyclist who rides all kinds of bikes. When she's not riding bikes, she serves as the Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the Treasure Valley YMCA, as well as the president of the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance.
  •   David Bogie (Secretary) represents the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance, a group that promotes cycling advocacy and education.
  •   David Guiotto represents Idaho Smart Growth.
  •   Ray Hoobing represents Boise's Northend, District 3.
  •   Brent Jennings representing West Boise's District 2.
  •   Wava Kaufman is a 6th grade teacher at Reed Elementary School, a track and cross country coach at Kuna Middle School, and an advocate for making Kuna and other communities in Ada County more bike friendly.
  •   Bryan Leisle represents Meridian's District 2.
  •   Brian McClure is a planner with the City of Meridian and west county resident.
ACHD Staff Advisors
  •   Brooke Green -- Senior Transortation Planner.
  •   Josh Saak -- is a bicycle commuter, avid cyclist and Traffic Design Engineer.
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Meeting Schedule:

The Bicycle Advisory Committee generally meets the first Monday of every month. Meetings start at 6:00 p.m.

The next meeting will be February 5, 2018
February 5th Meeting Agenda

Ada County Highway District
3775 Adams St.
Garden City, ID
Michael L. Brokaw Auditorium

Now Available:

Online Bike Map

For additonal information:

ACHD Main Line: 208-387-6100
Committee Contact:  208-387-6318
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