​​NEW POST! US Bike Route 1 Corridor Planning Meeting at AASHTO March 2011 http://blog.adventurecycling.org/2011/03/us-bike-route-1-corridor-planning.html

Mission:

The purpose of the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is to facilitate bicycle travel on appropriate roads, paths and highways over routes that are desirable for interstate bicyclists. A route should form continuity of available roads through two or more states connecting and traversing areas of scenic, cultural, and recreational interest.

Information on Making Application for a U.S. Bicycle Route:

Instructions for Completing the USBRS Electronic Application Form

USBRS Electronic Application Form (June 12, 2017)

​Please send application in MS Word Format. Send your color maps in PDF format. Send completed information to pngethe@aashto.org​. Thank you.​

Task Force Members


 
Chair

Richard Moeur, Arizona

(602) 712-6661

 

rmoeur@azdot.gov

Staff Liaison

Jameelah Hayes, AASHTO

 

(202) 624-5266

jhayes@aashto.org 

Subcommittee on Traffic Engineering

Wes Dean, Mississippi

(601) 359-1454

 

wdean@mdot.state.ms.us

Bob Pappe, Oregon

(503) 986-3606

 

Robert.G.Pappe@odot.state.or.us

Tim Crouch, Iowa

(515) 239-1513

 

tcrouch@dot.state.ia.us

 Joint Tech. Committee on Nonmotorized Transportation

Vacant

Vacant

Technical Committee on Geometric Design

 

David Hutchison, Springfield, Missouri

(417) 864-1971

 

dhutchison@ci.springfield.mo.us

FHWA

Christopher Douwes

(202) 366-5013

 

christopher.douwes@fhwa.dot.gov

 National Bicycle Routes

Eric Weis, East Coast Greenway Alliance

(401) 450-7155

 

eric@greenway.org

Ginny Sullivan, Adventure Cycling Association

(406) 721-1776

 

gsullivan@adventurecycling.org

Terry Eastin, Mississippi River Trail

(479) 236-0938

 

teastin@lynks.com

 Affiliates:

Kerry Irons, ACA

Judd Roby, ATSSA

John Schubert, Bicycle PA

John Vine-Hodge, NCDOT

 

Visit www.adventurecycling.org/usbrs for more information and background on the US Bicycle Route System, the National Corridor Plan and Designation System.

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