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A report intended to serve as a planning and conceptual design guide for planners, engineers, citizens, advocates, and decision makers who are considering bicycle boulevards in their community. Data for the guide was developed from literature review, case study interviews, and input from a panel of professional experts.
This guide summarizes the latest information on how to create or improve a bicycle and pedestrian count program, using the basic outline provided by the FHWA's 2013 Traffic Monitoring Guide (TMG), Chapter 4 Traffic Monitoring for Non-Motorized Traffic. The site was written and compiled by Krista Nordback at TREC at Portland State University with support from the Institute for Sustainable Solutions.
This guidebook is intended to serve as a guide for planners, engineers and elected officials who will be producing a new or updated bicycle and/or pedestrian master plan. Data for this guide was developed from literature review, case study interviews, and input from staff at Alta Planning + Design. This project was supported by TREC at PSU, and Alta Planning + Design.
This guide provides a list of bicycle and pedestrian transportation resources. Many of these resources are readily available at the Portland State University Library. The guide was originally published as a print guide titled Current American and International Monographs on Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation. It was written by Nancy Peate, MLS, in March of 2008. The pathfinder has been updated and revised from its original form and will be updated annually.