The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) is the professional home for pedestrian and bicycle professionals. The mission of APBP is to grow the pedestrian and bicycle profession and its influence by facilitating the exchange of professional and technical knowledge, elevating practitioners’ skills and defining the field.
From a handful of members in 1995, the organization has grown to include 1,300 members in the United States and Canada, and other countries around the globe. APBP members work at all levels of government, in manufacturing, and as consultants, advocates, researchers, and students in a wide range of disciplines: transportation planning and engineering, urban design, landscape architecture, public health, active living, and Safe Routes to School. APBP offers technical training and resources to build capacity for sustainable transportation, including a monthly webinar series and the biennial Professional Development Seminar.
APBP focuses its work on meeting the following strategic goals:
- Embody operational excellence, sustainability, accountability and transparency.
- Engage, connect, and educate our members to grow and succeed professionally.
- Provide influential and authoritative leadership to advance active and healthy communities.
View the full strategic planning report here.