The Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) is an alliance of national and regional trail-related organizations across a broad spectrum of interests representing motorized and non-motorized communities. Its members work together to build awareness and understanding of the Recreational Trails Program, which returns federal gasoline taxes paid by off-highway recreationists to the states for trail development and maintenance. Read more about CRT.
RTP embraces the “user-pay/user-benefit” philosophy of the Highway Trust Fund, returning federal tax on fuel used for nonhighway recreation to the states for trail projects. Although the tax supporting the Fund is paid only by gas-using vehicles, revenue is available for all recreational trails. Read more about RTP.
Explore the most recent language agreed upon by all CRT members and their legislative partners.
Get all of the information you need to promote the RTP with your local, State, and National representatives, including current State project lists, summaries of funding, and key contacts.
Link to all of the most current information resources for learning about the Recreational Trails Program - past, present, and future.
RTP FACT: More than 25,000 recreational trails projects have been funded since 1993.