Bicycling resources are widely diffused across Illinois with experts and stakeholders embedded in local, state, and federal government as well as in community associations and non-profit advocates.
With a such a robust network of bicycle stakeholders it is important the public has proper contact information and communication avenues.
This page provides a broad overview of bicycle contacts with links to associated webpages. However, an effort to maintain a robust Rolodex requires diligent pubic input. Please contact
Mavara Agha if you identify any errors on this page.
As illustrated on our
Agency Bicycling Initiatives
page, there are bicycle stakeholders across State government. Contact Eric Heineman in the Governor's Office and he will direct you to the proper agency contact.
Office of Governor Pat Quinn
JRTC | 100 W Randolph | Suite 16-200
Chicago, IL | 60601
metropolitan planning organization
(MPO) is a transportation policy-making organization composed of representatives from local government and transportation implementers.
Download the map below to identify your specific Illinois MPO. Contact your respective MPO for questions about local bicycle initiatives.
Illinois Metropolitan Planning Organizations
Links to MPO webpages:
Illinois has over 100 local bicycling clubs and associations across the state. These associations unite local bicycle enthusiasts and provide an excellent entry into the Illinois bicycling community. Download the document below to find an association near you:
Bicycling Associations in Illinois
Nonprofit & Advocacy Associations
Nonprofits and advocacy organizations perform a critical role in advancing bicycling policy in Illinois.
Our passionate advocates advance our discourse by facilitating communication and aggregating public opinion.
Below you will find a list of a few prominent bicycling advocates in our State.