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With an emphasis on community wide trail networks, the best practices explored in this session will better equip professionals and community members toward creating vibrant, inclusive, and sustainable communities through trail development.
This webinar will highlight the six actionable strategies for building trail networks that are especially relevant to Main Street programs, as noted in Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s TrailNation™ Playbook.
This webinar will explore the process of assessing natural surface pedestrian trails for accessibility and sustainability and will focus on developing new trails as well as conversion of existing trails.
A decade after initial publication, The Third Mode author will provide an update to discuss recent accomplishments that tie into the central concept of “the third mode” including his co-founding of Citi Bike, building the Empire State Trail, and recently developing re:Charge-e for e-bikes/scooters.
This webinar will review several common approaches and technologies for trail planning and design projects and provide attendees with real world examples.
This webinar will walk through the typical processes, jurisdictions, timelines, and documentation needed to get a conceptual trail project through approval and implementation.
Learn more about The Trail Research Hub that aims to grow trail-based research and evidence-based practice to support the professionalization of the Canadian trails sector.
The webinar emphasizes learning about the trail and to determine what needs to be communicated, and where information is best posted.
This webinar will explore ways to empower and activate trail users on your local trails.
In this webinar, PEC coworkers and co-creators of the Circuit Trails Gap Analysis will provide an introduction to the genesis, development, and implementation of the Gap Analysis, including a look at their online mapping portal and recent real-world case studies.
At nearly 19,000 miles and growing, learn about what the USBRS is and how you can be part of its growth.
This webinar will provide some basic information on trails in federally-designated Wilderness, examples of practical experiences, and resources to learn more.