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DOT/ FHWA Technical Assistance Compilation
September 01, 2023
Providing formal technical assistance that can support disadvantaged communities, biking, multiuse paths, and active transportation.
Best Practices Synthesis and Guidance in At-Grade Trail-Crossing Treatments
September 01, 2023
The goal of this document is to synthesize best practices observed statewide in Minnesota and nationally in order to provide engineers and other transportation professionals with guidance on safety treatment applications at trail crossings.
Unlocking the Economic & Community Development Potential of IHTC Trails
August 01, 2023
RTC's “Unlocking the Economic Potential of IHTC Trails” project hopes to renew the coalition’s pursuit of a more prosperous region.
Ohio's Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail | Photo by Renee Rosensteel
WEBINAR – Delivering on the Potential of Federal Infrastructure Investments
July 13, 2023
Join RTC and partners from across the country about what it will take—and what’s already working—to transform the funding models in ways that are sustainable and prioritize trail and active transportation networks.
Justice40-Covered USDOT Funding Programs with Non-Federal Match Flexibility
July 06, 2023
To assist disadvantaged communities with realizing this goal, the Department offers non-federal match flexibility for select Justice40-covered programs.
WEBINAR – TrailNation Playbook in Action: Creating Engagement Moments that Accelerate Your Trail Network
June 28, 2023
Explore the different ways that communities across the country have leveraged existing moments and new opportunities to engage their residents
Webinar – Investing in Active Transportation to Reduce Carbon: Innovative State and Regional Programs
June 21, 2023
During this webinar, RTC staff engaged in a discussion with Florida DOT Chief Planner, Huiwei Shen, and Denver Regional Council of Government (DRCOG) Project and Program Delivery Manager, Todd Cottrell, to find out how they invest federal and state carbon reduction funding in active transportation.
Webinar – How to Make your Safe Streets and Roads for All Application Successful
June 06, 2023
In this webinar, panelists walked through the SS4A application process, discussed why trails and active transportation were important components of their projects and highlighted elements of their applications that made them successful in the FY2022 funding round.
Great American Rail-Trail Route Assessment Report 2023
May 05, 2023
RTC and its partners have defined the preferred route of the Great American Rail-Trail as more than 3,700 miles—with approximately 2,057 miles of existing trails (trails along the route that are built and maintained by dedicated teams of local staff and volunteers) and 1,696 miles of identified trail gaps.
Heritage Rail Trail County Park: 2022 User Survey And Economic Impact Analysis
May 01, 2023
Each survey was designed to monitor trail user characteristics and the economic impact of the rail trail.