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.
Please send application in MS Word Format. Send your color maps in PDF format. Send completed information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Richard Moeur, Arizona
Jameelah Hayes, AASHTO
Subcommittee on Traffic Engineering
Wes Dean, Mississippi
Bob Pappe, Oregon
Tim Crouch, Iowa
Joint Tech. Committee on Nonmotorized Transportation
Technical Committee on Geometric Design
David Hutchison, Springfield, Missouri
National Bicycle Routes
Eric Weis, East Coast Greenway Alliance
Ginny Sullivan, Adventure Cycling Association
Terry Eastin, Mississippi River Trail
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.