Bicycle and Pedestrian
Pedestrian Crossings: Uncontrolled Locations (2014)
This guidebook is designed to assist agencies in their efforts to evaluate uncontrolled pedestrian crossings and determine appropriate treatment options using an 11-step evaluation procedure based on the 2010 Highway Capacity Manual and other resources. The guidebook helps agencies rate a crossing for pedestrian service, and it includes a flow chart and several worksheets to assist in data collection and decision making.
- Pedestrian Crossings: Uncontrolled Locations (3.68 MB PDF)
- Data collection worksheets (2.03 MB XLS)
- More information
Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Bicycle and Pedestrian Toolbox
Minnesota Department of Transportation, 2006
Published by Mn/DOT, the toolbox provides transportation planners and engineers with information for planning and designing a bicycle and pedestrian network for a community. It is a synthesis of current research on bicycle and pedestrian planning and facilities.
- Recreational Trail Preventive Maintenance (MnDOT and LRRB, 2010, 5:31)
- Minnesota Local Road Research Board (Please go to the LRRB website and use the search tool to find resources about this topic.)
- MnDOT Bicycling
- MnDOT Pedestrian
- FHWA’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Program
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Bicycle site
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
These pre-constructed searches can help you find current resources on this topic.
The Minnesota LTAP Librarian can help you find and obtain LTAP and CTS publications and research, as well as transportation-related materials from other libraries and databases.
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