Kentucky Bicycle and Bikeway Commission

​​KBBC logo abstract bicycle with the letters K B B C

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, and Schedules  


2024 KBBC Meetings


2023 KBBC Meetings


2022 KBBC Meetings


2021 KBBC Meetings


2020 KBBC Meetings


Announcements
 

The 2023 KBBC Annual Meeting will be held in Lexington on November 2nd and 3rd. Nye Grant applications will be reviewed by the commissioners during this meeting. Applications must be postmarked by October 1st to be considered for a grant award. Click here for a 2023 Nye Grant application. 


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.

 

Interested in supporting bicycle and pedestrian education programs in Kentucky? Consider purchasing a Share the Road license plate. Click on the Share The Road graphic below to find out more information.

Share the road cyclists and jogger

     
KBBC Commissioner presents a check to a Paula Nye Grant recipient
Commissioner Ian Ramsey presents a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Louisville Metro Division of Transportation.  

KBBC Commissioner presents a check to a Paula Nye Grant recipient 
Statewide Bike/Ped Coordinator Keith Lovan presents a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Bike Walk Kentucky.

KBBC Commissioner presents a check to a Paula Nye Grant recipient
Commissioner Olivia Birkenhauer presents a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Camp Ernst. 

KBBC Commissioner presents a check to a Paula Nye Grant recipient
Commissioners Ian Ramsey, Helen Bukulmez, William Gorton, Jeff Walther, and Phil Holoubek present Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant checks to LFUCG, Broke Spoke Bike Shop, and Bike Walk Kentucky.

KBBC Commissioner presents a check to a Paula Nye Grant recipientCommissioners Amir Piracha and Ian Ramsey present a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check to Norton Children's Hospital.

KBBC Commissioner presents a check to a Paula Nye Grant recipientLouisville Sting Composite Bike Team receives a Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant check.

​Current Commissioner Information


Commissioner Name
​City/Town
​Email Address
​Term Expiration
​Olivia Birkenhauer, Chair
​Wilder, KY
​​obirken@gmail.com
​10/20/2024
​William Gorton, Vice Chair
​Lexington, KY
wgorton@stites.com
​10/20/2024
​Helen Bukulmez, Vice Chair
​Paint Lick, KY
helenbklmz@gmail.com
​10/20/2024
​Ian Ramsey, Treasurer
​Louisville, KY
​iramsey@stites.com
​10/20/2026
​Phil Holoubek
​Lexington, KY
​phil@lrcrealestate.com
​10/20/2024
​Amir Rashid Piracha
​Prospect, KY
amirrpiracha@yahoo.com
​10/20/2026
​Jeffrey Walther
​Lexington, KY
​jwalther@wgmfirm.com
10/20/2026


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))



  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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