Chapters 11 and 12 provide additional insights into topics touched on elsewhere in this report and highlight related issues. Chapter 11 presents information on pedestrian and bicycle transportation, nonmotorized modes of travel that are essential components of personal mobility. Chapter 12 provides information on transportation serving Federal and Tribal lands, a subset of the transportation system that is not explored in depth in the analyses presented in Chapters 1 through 10.
Chapter 11, Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation, describes national policies and plans over the past 25 years to promote bicycle and pedestrian use. It also discusses Federal investment over time, activity levels, and safety trends. It concludes with a discussion of ongoing initiatives and research projects aimed at increasing pedestrian and bicycle mode share and improving safety for these modes.
Chapter 12, Transportation Serving Federal and Tribal Lands, examines the transportation systems serving Federal and Tribal lands, including resources and types of lands served, and the role of these systems. It also discusses the condition, sources of funding, and expenditures. The chapter concludes with a discussion of the future of the Federal and Tribal transportation systems.