This publication is intended to be a resource for practitioners seeking to build multimodal transportation networks. It highlights ways that planners and designers can apply the design flexibility found in current national design guidance to address common roadway design challenges and barriers. It focuses on reducing multimodal conflicts and achieving connected networks so that walking and bicycling are safe, comfortable, and attractive options for people of all ages and abilities.
The U.S. Federal Highway Administration has released a report that provides guidance to transportation agencies for integrating bicycle facilities into their resurfacing program, including methods for fitting bicycle facilities onto existing roads, cost considerations, and case studies.
The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) prepared this guide for people planning to purchase or install bike parking fixtures on a limited scale. It is a brief overview of APBP’s comprehensive Bicycle Parking Guidelines handbook, available at www.apbp.org.
The U.S. Federal Highway Administration has released a report that outlines planning considerations for separated bike lanes and offers design options covering typical one- and two-way scenarios.
This guidebook presents a tool and guidance that may be used to help prioritize improvements to pedestrian and bicycle facilities, either separately or together as part of a “complete streets” evaluation approach.
The Traffic Signal Guidelines for Bicycles report is intended to assist practitioners with planning, designing and implemention of traffic signals for bicycles in Canada.
This resource describes different types of policies that local governments can use to increase bicycling and walking within their communities.
This report documents a level of service (LOS) framework for network operations that can be applied across various user groups (private motorists, transit users, pedestrians, cyclists and freight operators) and across various transport needs (mobility, safety, access, information and amenity).