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Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Design Guidelines
Introduction
 

This document is the planning and design manual for pedestrian and bicycle transportation in Oregon. It is published by the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Program and was adopted by the Oregon Transportation Commission on June 14, 1995. The standards and designs shown in the plan are ODOT standards used on State Highway projects. These standards meet or exceed national standards as outlined in AASHTO (American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials) documents, the ADAAG (Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines) and other documents. These standards are recommended but not required for use by local jurisdictions in Oregon.

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has begun developing a new Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Mode Plan to update the state’s policy framework for bicycle and pedestrian transportation.

 
  
 
Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Design Guide

The Second Part of the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan has been updated and retitled. 
The new Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Design Guide is available in the link below.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Design Guide 

Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan - 1995 Edition


If you have comments about the plan, send mail to: Sheila.A.LYONS @odot.state.or.us