Presenters outline the techniques used and lessons learned from trail counts in New York and Connecticut.
by Laura Brown, Community & Economic Development Educator, University of Connecticut, Dylan Carey, Project Coordinator, Parks and Trails New York, Jennifer Ceponis, Senior Transportation Planner, Capital District Transportation Committee, Emily Dozier, Senior Planner, Dutchess County Transportation Council, Kristina Kelly, Statewide Coordinator, Connecticut Trail Census, James Stevens, Senior Associate, ConsultEcon, Inc.
Presenters outline the techniques used and lessons learned from trail counts in New York and Connecticut, including discussion of evolving technology available for automated trail counts, utilizing volunteers, and scaling county protocols from local to regional to statewide. The session will also discuss using trail count data to inform planning decisions and to make estimates of trail-related economic impact.
The Jeffco Trails Plan explores the path ahead for the future of all trails in Jefferson County, Colorado.
The National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service is pleased to announce 48 funded projects.
Pannier is the leading manufacturer of signs, panels, exhibit bases, and frames. With a full line of exhibit bases, there is a product for every trail and wayside application.
The goal of this report is to highlight greenway trail programs, policy, funding, and design trends, as well as best practices. This peer city and aspirational city report summarizes data gathered from eight peer cities and two aspirational cities and compares it against data from the Northwest Arkansas (NWA) region.