Resources

Local Resources:

Jackson County Bicycle Committee
Jackson County Bike Map
City of Medford Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Online Street Maintenance Request form
City of Ashland Transportation Commission
Ashland Bicycle and Pedestrian Path and Trail maps
Grants Pass/Josephine County Walkways/Bikeways
ODOT Bicycle & Pedestrian Program

Local Advocacy Groups

Bear Creek Greenway Foundation
Rogue River Greenway Foundation
Siskiyou Velo Club

Trip Planners

Google Maps – Plan your trip using Google Maps with bicycle or transit filters!
WalkScore – How walk-friendly is your neighborhood? Click here to find out!
Reroute.it – An online tool comparing the cost of travel between walking, biking, and driving.

Statewide Resources

Bicycle Transportation Alliance – Non-profit organization working to promote bicycling and improve bicycling conditions in Oregon.
Drive Less. Save More. – Discover options for reducing car trips and saving wear and tear on you, your wallet, and the planet.
Pedal Power: A Legal Guide for Oregon Cyclists (Free online PDF de-mystifying Oregon Cycling Laws)
Oregon Pedestrian Rights: A Legal Guide for Persons on Foot (Free online PDF explaining Oregon Pedestrian Laws)

National Resources

Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
League of American Bicyclists
8-80 Cities – Group working to promote safe infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists of all ages.
America Bikes – Non-profit bike and pedestrian advocacy organization.
Bikes Belong – Coalition working to “put more people on bikes more often” through advocacy and awarding grants.
BicycleSafe.com – Tips and scenarios for avoiding bicycle/automobile collisions.
Rails to Trails Conservancy – Non-profit organization working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines.
Transportation For America – For information on national policy regarding transportation.
Safe Routes to School – Program working to provide safe and accessible routes to school for children.
Dan Burden & Walklive.org – An institute working to inspire and educate communities about their built environments.

Just for Fun

Mad for the Bicycle” – A history of biking in Medford from Ben Truwe.