|Project Mode||Bicycle||Bike lanes, bike racks|
|Pedestrian||Sidewalks, crosswalk or intersection improvements, pedestrian signals|
|Project Type||Infrastructure off-street||Includes signage, multi-use paths, pedestrian overpass, bicycle rental stations|
|Infrastructure on-street||Includes sidewalks, bike lanes, sharrow markings, bike boulevards, traffic signals, intersection reconstruction, traffic calming, bike racks on buses|
|Infrastructure on- and off-street||Includes trail connections, both on- and off-street components in a project|
|Bike Parking||Includes bicycle racks, shelters, lockers|
|Planning||Includes new planning studies and data collection funded through NTPP.
**Note: much of the project planning was conducted by staff and the associated costs are not reflected in these graphics. Also, many of the funded projects were selected from pre-existing local and regional bicycle, pedestrian, and multimodal transportation plans.
|Education, Outreach & Marketing||Includes personal travel planning, booths at community events, safety campaigns, street skills or repair classes, walking maps, bike/walk to work events, school coordination, law enforcement training, police presence and speed signs, and workshops evaluating the bike or walk “friendliness” of communities, guaranteed ride home program, bicycle incentive program|
|Project Length (miles)||Sidewalks, bike lanes, and sharrows||Counts each side of the roadway for bike lanes or sidewalks.
Example: bike lanes on both sides of a 1-mile corridor are counted as 2 miles of bike lanes
|Sidepaths and off-road paths||Counts length on the ground of facility.
Example: a 1-mile path is counted as 1 mile, though it may serve both directions
|Use of Funds ($)||NTPP funds||NTPP funds used for project|
|Non-NTPP funds going to non-motorized component||Funds from other public or private agencies used toward project.
This only accounts for outside funds going directly to a non-motorized project component (sometimes there is a larger project with other components, which are not accounted for here).
|Project Connections||Transit Options||Includes:
* Trail connection to ferry station
* Trail connection to rail station
* Trail connection to bus
* Bike parking at transit
* Bike racks on buses
* Improved pedestrian access to transit
* Bike rental/sharing at station
* Long-term bike storage at station (lockers, etc.)
* Employment centers
* Downtown districts
* Grocery stores
* Parks and recreation
* Sports or other event locations
* Tourist sites
* Senior facility
* Hospital/medical clinic
|Project Year||Anticipated completion /opening date||Year that outreach/education project will end or that infrastructure project will open for use|