Each State has a State Trail Committee to assist with the program.
Committees represent both nonmotorized and motorized recreational trail users.
The committees help trail groups cooperate and communicate with each other.
New partnerships lead to better projects, and better maintained trails.
Through the RTP, FHWA has worked with:
Federal Interagency Council on Trails.
National Trails Day - first Saturday of June: see www.americanhiking.org/events/ntd/index.html.
US Forest Service Technology and Development Centers to provide trail publications to the public: www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/fs_publications/.
National Trails Training Partnership to develop trail training: www.NTTP.net.
Bureau of Land Management trail training course.
National conferences for trail organizations.
US Access Board, US Forest Service, and other agencies and organizations to develop accessibility guidelines for trails: see www.access-board.gov/outdoor/outdoor-rec-rpt.htm and www.fs.fed.us/recreation/programs/accessibility/.
OHV, Mountain Bike, and Equestrian groups to develop trail design and management manuals.
Snowmobile and OHV safety information.
Coalition for Recreational Trails for the RTP Database: www.funoutdoors.info/rtphome.html.