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This page provides links to bicycle and pedestrian program related websites, data sources, and other resources including reports and speeches by DOT leadership. This page provides links to bicycle and pedestrian program related websites, data sources, and other resources including reports and speeches by DOT leadership.

Categories: Accessibility, Design / Planning, Educational, International/Hispanic, Safety, General, Publications, Federal Agency Links, Stakeholder Links.

Key Resources


Accessibility

Federally funded transportation facilities for pedestrians must meet the requirements of the American with Disabilities Act.


Design / Planning

Designing Sidewalks and Trails for Access
FHWA's two-part report on pedestrian and trail accessibility, produced for FHWA by Beneficial Designs Inc.
Note: these two reports were published in 1999 and 2001, respectively. Accessibility guidelines and practices, and construction and maintenance techniques have evolved, and more current information is available in other reports and guidance. For example, see the US Access Board's reports and guidelines about public rights-of-way at www.access-board.gov/guidelines-and-standards/streets-sidewalks/public-rights-of-way, such as the Special Report: Accessible Public Rights of Way Planning and Designing for Alterations, and reports and guidelines about outdoor developed areas at www.access-board.gov/guidelines-and-standards/recreation-facilities/outdoor-developed-areas.

Note: these two reports were published in 1999 and 2001, respectively. Accessibility guidelines and practices, and construction and maintenance techniques have evolved, and more current information is available in other reports and guidance.

Bollards


Educational

Courses

Guides


International/Hispanic

International Research

Materials for Hispanic Populations


Safety


General

Surveys, Reports, and Studies

Councils and Committees

Transportation Research Board (TRB) Meeting Summaries

Speeches

Other Links

Updated: 1/20/2016
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