The Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) advises the County Manager and the County Board on implementation of the pedestrian element of the Master Transportation Plan. The Committee takes up other matters important for realizing Arlington’s vision of a safe, efficient, and equitable transportation system for all.
The Committee’s volunteer members help keep the County focused on making Arlington a better place to walk, from the high-rise urban centers of Rosslyn, Ballston, and National Landing to the leafy residential areas of north, south and west Arlington.
Arlington County’s PAC holds monthly virtual meetings during the coronavirus public health emergency. The Committee meets monthly, every second Wednesday, from 7:00 – 9:00 PM unless otherwise noted.
All are welcome to attend the next virtual PAC meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 on the Arlington County TEAMS platform. Login will be available at 6:30 PM, for a 7:00 PM start. The meeting will be recorded, and the video posted to YouTube.
Join Microsoft Teams Meeting Online
Or call in (audio only)
+1 347-973-6905, 236563252# United States, New York City
Phone Conference ID: 236 563 252#
Bicycle and Pedestrian Planner, DES/DOT
Agendas & meeting support materials
Agendas will be posted here prior to each month’s meeting:
- Watch this space for the 2021.04.14 PAC Agenda
Meeting notes will be posted following committee approval at the next PAC meeting. Also look here for past agendas, and recorded virtual meetings posted to YouTube.
- April – no meeting
- May – no meeting
- June – no meeting
- July – no meeting
- September PAC-BAC Agenda
- September PAC-BAC Minutes
- September Addenda
- October Agenda
- October Minutes
- October Addendum
- November Agenda
- November Minutes
- November Addenda
- December Agenda
- December Minutes
- December Addenda
Pedestrian Advisory Committee Letters and Supplementary Materials
Policies and Plans
Bicycle Element – Master Transportation Plan
Public Spaces Master Plan
Public Sidewalks Ordinance
Arlington Public Schools, Expanded Walk Zones (XWZ), COVID-19 response