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posted Sep 13, 2022
We’ll unveil the 2021 Transportation Alternatives Data Exchange (TrADE) report and discuss important federal funding sources implemented through your state Department of Transportation or regional Metropolitan Planning Organization.
posted Sep 9, 2022
We are excited to host the PLA 2023 Conference!
posted Aug 26, 2022
Are you ready to connect with thought leaders in parks, recreation, conservation, land management, and more? Apply to be invited to the 2022 GP RED Think Tank!
The theme, Expanding Active Living Applications beyond Chronic Diseases to Synergistic Epidemics, or “syndemics”, focuses attention on the role of active living in addressing multiple intersecting crises, such as coronavirus disease (COVID-19), mental health, climate change, and structural racism. The focus will also include integrations with community-led built and natural environments and related programs, such as parks, recreation, libraries, and other quality-of-life public assets management.
posted Aug 22, 2022
The 2022 National Trails Workshop will be three days of learning, collaboration, and networking amongst seasoned trails and tourism professionals, emerging leaders and people who are interested in getting involved with trails in their communities and across the nation. With a particular emphasis on learning from and with Indigenous communities, the workshop will provide opportunities to grow your trails skillset, collaboratively confront issues facing trails, and co-create solutions for specific and system-wide problems.
posted Aug 19, 2022
At 18,000 miles and growing, learn about what the USBRS is and how you can be part of its growth.
This webinar will outline a new and exciting trails funding opportunity and is intended to help members of the trail community to understand if this funding program is right for their needs.
posted Aug 8, 2022
At over 18,000 miles, the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is a developing national network of routes for long-distance bicycle travel. These routes are determined by state departments of transportation while AASHTO provides oversight and Adventure Cycling technical support.
posted Aug 5, 2022
As usual, you can expect great presentations, networking time and a lot of fun. These conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community – including enthusiasts and land managers – and provide the perfect opportunity to gain and share insights on issues, hurdles and successes that have occurred since we last met in-person in Reno. For any who may attend for the first time, expect to learn a lot, meet a ton of great people, and to share your insights as well.
posted Aug 4, 2022
This webinar will discuss details on what is needed in order to create a trail foundation from the ground up and how to keep it successful.
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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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