Be a Part of the Largest Cycling Network in the World
Learn how the corridor-level plan was developed in partnership with the non-profit AASHTO and join Adventure Cycling and others in promoting state adoption of an interstate route system for bikes.
by Christopher Douwes, Community Planner, Federal Highway Administration, Ginny Sullivan, Director of Travel Initiatives, Adventure Cycling Association
The timing for a national bicycle route network is opportune. As American’s concept of quality of life is changing, our neighborhoods and transportation systems are adapting. Trails and bicycle routes are springing up across the country. The U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) will help offset environmental and health concerns by providing another travel option– whether commuting across town or a cross country adventure. Learn how the corridor-level plan was developed in partnership with the non-profit AASHTO and join Adventure Cycling and others in promoting state adoption of an interstate route system for bikes. A united approach will ensure the best routes and trails are woven into a system.
County of Los Angeles Trails Manual
The purpose of this Trails Manual is to provide an accessible resource that can be used for trail planning, design, construction, and maintenance within the County of Los Angeles
Market Research: Equity of Access to Trails
This study has been conducted in response to the imperative offered by the JEDI Task Force.
Fort River Birding and Nature Trail
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.