Trails for the Twenty-first Century: Planning, Design, and Management Manual for Multi-Use Trails

Trails for the Twenty-first Century: Planning, Design, and Management Manual for Multi-Use Trails

by Karen Lee Ryan, Rails to Trails Conservancy
     
 

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<p>Trails for the Twenty-first Century gives step-by-step guidance in all aspects of the planning, design, and management of multi-use trails. Topics discussed include:<ul><li>how to make physical and cultural assessments of the site and surrounding communities</LI></ul><ul><li>planning the trail: public involvement, meeting the needs of adjacent…  See more details below

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<p>Trails for the Twenty-first Century gives step-by-step guidance in all aspects of the planning, design, and management of multi-use trails. Topics discussed include:<ul><li>how to make physical and cultural assessments of the site and surrounding communities</LI></ul><ul><li>planning the trail: public involvement, meeting the needs of adjacent landowners, compliance with legislation</LI></ul><ul><li>designing the trail: making it unique,meeting the needs of different users, working with special features</LI></ul><ul><li>managing the trail</LI></ul><ul><li>maximizing the trail's potential</LI></ul>

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781559632386
Publisher:
Island Press
Publication date:
09/01/1993
Series:
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Series
Pages:
213
Product dimensions:
10.03(w) x 7.84(h) x 0.52(d)

Meet the Author

Karen-Lee Ryan is director of publications for the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a national nonprofit membership organization that seeks to enhance America's communities and countrysides by converting thousands of miles of abandoned rail corridors and connecting open space into a nationwide network of public trails.

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