State Coordinator and FHWA Division Coordinator
Each State has a Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, and each FHWA Division office has a point of contact.
FHWA Headquarters Contact
For more information, please contact Dan Goodman, 202-366-9064.
UNDERSTANDING THE USER
1.4.3 Developing accessibility standards for trails
2.6.5 Limitations of technology
3.8.4 Community involvement in sidewalk assessments
4.7 Sidewalks in confined spaces
5.6 Rolled curbs
6.5.4 Infrared or LED transmitters
7.5 Curb ramp drainage
8.11 Railroad crossings
220.127.116.11 Design recommendations for center island narrowings
10.4 Construction safety
11.5 Presentation of sidewalk assessment information
18.104.22.168 Information at the trailhead.
13.5 Presenting trail access information
16.5 Trail intersecting a railroad
17.4 Interpretive trails
18.3 Citizen reporting
Chapter 19: Research Recommendations
APPENDICES [as published September 2001]
Ramped Median Element Analysis Form.
Appendix B: Sidewalk Accessibility Checklist
Appendix C: Contact Information
Appendix D: Detectable Warning Manufacturers
The US Access Board has an updated list of Manufacturers of Detectable Warning Products.
Appendix E: Slope Conversion Chart
Appendix F: Abbreviations and Acronyms
Appendix G: Glossary
Appendix H: Bibliography