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Focus Term: Mode Shift

Seattle E-Bike Pilot Program Promotes Safe Shared Use on Local Trails
October 07, 2020
Seattle often sees the first waves of new technology, and recently, that tech has made its way onto the city’s trails in the form of e-bikes, e-scooters, hoverboards, solo wheels and more.
Seattle Parks and Recreation staff gathered data on nearly 10,000 trail users over the course of 25 intercept studies on five local trails for the city's e-bike pilot program. | Courtesy Seattle Parks and Recreation
Active Transportation Transforms America Report
October 15, 2019
Mode shift leads to fewer cars on clogged roads while also creating a transportation environment that favors physical activity.
Micromobility Devices on Multiuse Trails
August 28, 2019
Regarding micromobility devices on trails, RTC’s recommendations seek to promote greater trail use, including increased diversity of trail users.
Trail Geek Terminology (A Cheat-Sheet to Satisfy Your Inner Wonk)
January 29, 2018
RTC's put together this little trail-geek cheat sheet so that we can all bone up on our trail and active-transportation policy speak.
Photo Courtesy RTC