Conclusion

This module introduced you to seven Guidebooks & Standards that are commonly used by planners and engineers in the development of pedestrian and bicycle facilities. There is more extensive information within the identified Guidebooks & Standards than presented within this module that a federal land manager may want to consider based on their needs. Furthermore, several links were identified for webinars that provide additional information and examples. Finally, further questions can be posed to the staff at Western Transportation Institute's Federal Lands Transportation Institute, whose contact information is provided.

The Federal Lands Transportation Institute (FLTI) is housed within the Western Transportation Institute (WTI) at Montana State University-Bozeman. The FLTI works collaboratively across all of WTI's research areas to provide implementable transportation solutions for federal and public agencies that have responsibilities related to public land management, transportation, and resource protection. It was created to provide federal lands managers with an easily accessible source for transportation resources, technical expertise, and training. The FLTI is available to help federal land managers develop solutions for the specialized transportation challenges that federal lands face, as well as, assist the units with transportation planning in a comprehensive and holistic manner. The FLTI is also available to assist local, regional, and state agencies with their public lands management transportation challenges and solutions. To learn more, please visit our website.