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published Jun 2021
Federal Highway Administration
This updated Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned report documents how the state of the practice, perspectives, and context for rails-with-trails have evolved since 2002 and includes updated effective practices.
published May 2021
Oregon Trails Coalition
A guide for anyone who wants to better understand trails planning, decision making, and trail project development. If you’re a trail enthusiast with big ideas, a trail advocate, a stewardship
volunteer, or public agency staff person interfacing with local partners, this guide is for you.
published Sep 2017
Recreation ecology is the scientific study of environmental impacts resulting from recreational activity in protected natural areas. The nature of a literature review is to summarize what has been studied, what has been learned, and what the experts have concluded.
published Sep 1993
This study offers direction for future studies on mountain bike riding, including: characteristics of mountain bike riders and their use patterns, identification of resource degradation problems, identification and resolution of conflict issues, wilderness trespass issues, partnership issues, communication issues, and testing of management strategies related to mountain bike use.
published Nov 2020
Transforming Youth Outdoors (TYO)
This guide is a general overview of the regional opportunities working in and for the outdoors.
published Jan 2014
The case study defines the situation and strategic issues arising from an analysis of the resource that is the focus of the partnership, the Florida National Scenic Trail (the Trail), and the partnership relationship. It also reviews the partnership reinvention process designed by Conservation Impact and used to develop an updated resource agreement, a set of shared strategic goals, and a new partnership model.
This toolkit covers the basics you need to apply for and get the job you want. Get advice on resumes, cover letters, interviewing techniques and more.
published Jun 2000
Why a survey? Know your customer. This adage applies to both the public and private sectors. By better understanding the trail user: where they live; how they get to the trails; how they use the trails; what they enjoy; and their general level of satisfaction; we can better allocate scarce resources.
published Aug 2008
This report sorts through the various choices for the most "economical and sustainable" types of trail surfacing options along the proposed Rio Grande Trail corridor from Belen to Sunland Park, New Mexico.
published Sep 2007
Parks and Trails New York
The time has come to learn more about the needs and behaviors of motorists and trail users
and ensure that design guidelines and laws and policies governing road and trail
intersections fully provide for the safety of this increasingly prevalent type of traffic
junction. The purpose of this study is to examine the current state of practice of the design
and management of intersections between trails and roadways, gather feedback on road and
trail intersection crashes and complaints, raise public awareness of the issue of road and
trail intersection safety, and offer policy and design recommendations that will improve the
safety of road and trail intersections.
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Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington
Routed and painted wood sign; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
Sign helps users find trail beyond point of interest; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
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