A How-to on Successfully Planning and Developing These Exciting Park Amenities
Learn how to plan and develop a bike park in your community.
Presenters: Dan Miller, Community Planner, National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program; Jeff McNamee, Executive Director, Salem Area Trail Alliance; Mike Westra, Trails Project Manager, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
Learn how to plan and develop a bike park in your community. Featuring examples in the Pacific Northwest, experts explain how to work with landowners to select a suitable site, engage stakeholders and the public in helping to develop a design, fundraise for construction, work with volunteers and consultants to construct the park, and touch on some of the management issues related to bike parks.
The Fort River Birding and Nature Trail is a universally accessible trail. It was presented with the 2014 Paul Winske Access Award by the Stavros Center for Independent Living.
For trails to be considered “sustainable” they must meet these recreational needs while providing adequate protection to the environment while minimizing trail maintenance.
This webinar describes the three most common forms of trail impact, identifies the most influential factors to develop and maintain sustainable trail networks, and discusses methods for rating trail sustainability.
The purpose of the Highway-Rail Crossing Handbook, 3rd Edition is an information resource developed to provide a unified reference document on prevalent and best practices as well as adopted standards relative to highway-rail grade crossings.