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.
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.
This National Sign Guidebook presents information for planning, designing, fabricating, procuring, installing, and maintaining signs in a clear, complete, and user friendly format.
The purpose of this document is to provide the required tools for trail planners, designers, and contractors to deploy a cohesive trail signage program throughout the City of San José’s Trail Network.
A guide for anyone who wants to better understand trails planning, decision making, and trail project development. If you’re a trail enthusiast with big ideas, a trail advocate, a stewardship volunteer, or public agency staff person interfacing with local partners, this guide is for you.
This second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides science-based guidance to help people ages 3 years and older improve their health through participation in regular physical activity.