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2005 RTP and TE Update

RTP and TE Program Update

The RTP and TE Update is an archive of newsworthy items sent to State Trail Administrators, Transportation Enhancement Program Managers, and advocacy groups. Items may include general announcements, upcoming events, and updates on other issues related to the Recreational Trails Program and the Transportation Enhancement Activities.

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December 23, 2005
Access Board Guidelines Update
FHWA Exemplary Ecosystem Initiatives
National Trails Symposium information
National OHV Conference
Draft RTP Federal Share and Matching Requirements under SAFETEA-LU

December 13, 2005
OHV Liability Survey: Please complete the survey and return it to Alex Weiss (Florida).
Trail Use Characteristics request.
2006 FHWA and FTA Transportation Planning Excellence Awards.
National Trails Symposium information.
State Support for Conferences: Questions and Answers.

November 1, 2005
Equestrian and Other Nonmotorized Use on Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

October 28, 2005
RTP Apportionments Posted Corrected FY 2004
Updated Contact Lists
Section 6003 Implementation
CRS Report Gives Overview Of New Highway, Transit Law
Safe Routes to School Website

October 27, 2005
RTP Trail Assessments and Training

October 6, 2005
FY 2006 RTP Apportionments
RTP Motorized / Nonmotorized Requirements
OHV Liability Survey
National Recreation Trail Designations

September 6, 2005
Revised FY 2005 RTP Apportionments
State Trail Administrators Meeting: Hotel Registrations and Meeting Registrations Needed
SAFETEA-LU Sec 6003: State Assumption of Responsibilities: Is anybody interested?
FY 2006 Apportionment Information nearly complete

August 23, 2005
State Trail Administrators Meeting 2005
State Trail Advisory Committee Meeting In FY 2005
Snowmobile Numbers

August 1, 2005
SAFETEA-LU Passed By The Congress
Other SAFETEA-LU Provisions Of Trail-Related Interest
State Trail Advisory Committee Inquisition

July 22, 2005
State Trail Advisory Committee Inquisition
Snowmobile Numbers
RTP News On Line
State Trail Administrators Meeting 2005

July 18, 2005
Scenic Byway Coordinator Position
Trails Training Calendar Available At NTTP

July 13, 2005
State Trail Advisory Committee Inquisition
Snowmobile Numbers

July 7, 2005
State Trail Administrators Meeting
Update On State Trail Advisory Committee Responses
Snowmobile Registrations Update

June 30, 2005
State Trail Administrators Meeting
Updated RTP Website
Update On State Trail Advisory Committee Responses

June 16, 2005
Recreational Trails Program Awards
Rails-To-Trails Conservancy Job Opening
National Trails Day Press Releases

June 9, 2005
Extension / Reauthorization Update
Great Outdoors Month / American Recreation Coalition's Legends Award
National Recreation Trails Designations
State Trail Administrators Meeting

May 26, 2005
Reauthorization Update
Great Outdoors Month
State Trail Administrators Meeting
Trail Accessibility Workshop At STAM 2005

April 15, 2005
Rails-With-Trails Report Mailed Today/Monday
Other Trail Publications
National Trails System Map
MOU On Public Health And Recreation

April 8, 2005
Rails-With-Trails Report Is Available
Other Trail Publications
House / Senate Bills For Reauthorization
Revised Apportionment Tables

March 22, 2005
National Recreation Trails Brochure
RTP Awards
RTP Database
National Trails Training Partnership

Updated: 7/11/2013
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