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Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Links

brochuresFor more information on bicycle and pedestrian transportation, visit the following sites:

NCTCOG Bicycle and Pedestrian Publications

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A Guide to Bicycle Facilities
Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety - Tips for Motorists
Bicyclist Pocket Guide
Walking Safely - Tips for Pedestrian Safety
Safe Routes to School

National Memberships

American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals
Complete Streets Coalition
League of American Bicyclists  
Smart Growth Online
Alliance for Biking & Walking

riding bikeNational Advocacy and Information Websites

             Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute
             Bikes Belong Coalition 
Federal Highway Administration: Bicycle, Pedestrian and Trails
Healthy Cycling: A Beginner's Guide
How to Develop a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan (FHWA) [PDF]
             National Center for Bicycling and Walking
             National Center for Safe Routes to School
             National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration
             National Transportation Enhancements Clearinghouse
             Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
             Perils for Pedestrians
             Project for Public Spaces
             Rails to Trails Conservancy
             Street Films

TRE stationLocal Transportation Providers

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)
Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA)
Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA)

Local Links

Find numerous local, county, and state trails on our bikeweb page.

Video Links

Bogota, Ciclovia - Liveable Streets
Cyclist Rules - Street Rules/Duties
United Kingdom - Awareness Test
Melbourne - A Pedestrian Paradise

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