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Imagine living in a place where you can walk, bike or skate to work, school, shops, or to visit friends and family, using a seamless network of trails that are a natural part of the local transportation system. Trails can be a crucial element to a seamless urban or regional multi-modal transportation system. Many areas of the country incorporate trails and similar facilities into their transit plans, relying upon trail facilities to "feed" people into and out of transit stations in a safe and efficient manner. Trails tend to be flat and direct, and often connect residential and business districts, so many people find trails convenient as a primary means of getting safely to and from work, school, shopping areas and other destinations.
Utah's Statewide Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan
ISTEA and TRAILS (Merging Transportation Needs and Recreation Values)
Surface Transportation Policy Act
Pedestrian and Bicycle Clearinghouse
Envision Utah (Use the search button to find needed information)