1,118 views • posted 02/19/2018 • updated 06/01/2022
This session discusses how, what, where, when, and why to put your trail projects out to bid.
As the recreational trail industry continues to evolve, land managers, land owners, and developers are realizing the advantages of protecting cultural and natural resources through proper trail planning and management. This session discusses how, what, where, when, and why to put your trail projects out to bid. It covers the different steps and information you may need for the bidding process as well as reviews opportunities for optimizing your trail funding through a fair and competitive bidding process. This session also discusses the PTBA online bidding system.
posted Dec 3, 2023
Interested in Applying for Funding from The Trails Capacity Program?
posted Nov 27, 2023
Have you ever wondered how to create a trails coalition in your state or region? This article shares some pointers and discusses the results of a nationwide survey of trails coalitions conducted by American Trails in February 2023.
posted Nov 17, 2023
Implementation of the Blueprint will require a deepening of relationships, new partnerships, new capacity and ultimately, new resources for success. Put simply, the Bureau can’t achieve its vision alone.
posted Aug 22, 2023
A long-standing impediment to effective implementation of the Recreational Trails Program (and other federal funding of trail projects) has been addressed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).