Kentucky Bicycle and Bikeway Commission

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Meeting Minutes, Agendas, and Schedules  

2022 KBBC Meetings

2021 KBBC Meetings

2020 KBBC Meetings

2019 KBBC Meetings 


The primary public meeting space for regular meetings throughout the year is provided at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, located at 200 Mero Street in Frankfort, KY.


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Commissioner Robert Clifford presents a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Doug Beckhart on behalf of the recipient organization, Norton Children's Hospital Foundation of Louisville.   

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Commissioner Helen Bukulmez presents a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Elizabeth Cochran, Executive Director of YMCA of Greater Cincinnati, Camp Ernst.

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Commissioners William Gorton and Phil Holoubek (far right) present a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Professor Jeb Gorham (second from left) and community members on behalf of the recipient organization, Midway University - Midway Bike/Walk Trails Task Force. 

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Commissioners William Gorton and Phil Holoubek present a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Lexington Mayor, Linda Gorton, and Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) staff on behalf of the recipient organization, LFUCG DEQPW Community Outreach Program. 

​Current Commissioners' Information

Commissioner Name
​Email Address
​Term Expiration
​Vince Carman, Chair
​Radcliff, KY
​Robert Clifford, Treasurer
​Prospect, KY
​Helen Bukulmez
​Paint Lick, KY
​Olivia Birkenhauer
​Wilder, KY
​Phil Holoubek
​Lexington, KY
​William Gorton
​Lexington, KY
​Jeffrey Walther
​Lexington, KY

KBBC's Mission

The Kentucky Bicycle and Bikeway Commission (KBBC) formed by the Kentucky legislature in 1992. It is tasked to:

  • Represent the interests of bicyclists in advising the Secretary of the Transportation Cabinet in all matters pertaining to the usage, extent, and location of bicycles and bikeways
  • Assist the bicycle, pedestrian, and bikeway program in the exercise of its duties within the Cabinet
  • Promote the best interests of the bicycling public, within the context of the complete transportation system, to governing officials, and the public at large (KRS 174.125(3)(a)-(c))

200 Mero Street, 5th Floor WestFrankfortKY40622KY8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST, M-F(502) 782-5060keith.lovan@ky.gov,+Frankfort,+Franklin,+Kentucky+40601&gl=us&sqi=2&z=16&iwloc=A
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