Complete Streets &

Bicycle and Pedestrian Resources

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Hartford Riverfront with Bicyclist
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Transportation Initiatives 
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Pedestrian Safety Strategy (New)

Active Transportation Plan

Community Connectivity Program

Transportation Equity & Environmental Justice

Complete Streets Central

Complete Streets Policy (Executive Order 31)

Travel Resources

Search Connecticut Laws

 
  Design Tools
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Pedestrian & Bicyclist RSA Guide

CTDOT Bicycle Facility Design Guide (coming soon)

Watch for Me CT

Bicycle and Pedestrian Travel Needs Assessment Form (BPTNA)

Bike Walk Connecticut

Multi Location BPTNA Table

Walk & Bike to School

Connecticut Interactive Bike Map(for planning and design suitability)

Safe Routes to School ToolKit

Connecticut Pedestrian Safety Guide

Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety (FHWA)

Design Resource Index (PBIC)

Bicycle Safety (NHTSA)

Achieving Multimodal Networks: Applying Design Flexibility and Reducing Conflicts

Pedestrian Safety (NHTSA)

Bikeway Selection Guide

Distracted Driving (NHTSA)

Bicycle Facilities and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices

Office of Safety (FHWA)

Incorporating On-Road Bicycle Networks Into Resurfacing Projects (FHWA 3/2016)

Safety Tips

Bike Lane Info for Drivers

Bike Lane Info for Cyclists

Bike Lane Info for Police

Road Safety for Vehicles and Equestrians

Bike Safety Tips for Kids

Bicycle Repair Guides - Video Tutorials


  Other Links
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Connecticut Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Board

CBPAB Public Meetings Schedules Agendas and Minutes

Sustainable Communities: Resources For Implementing Complete Streets

The National Center For Bicycling & Walking

East Coast Greenway

Bike New Haven

CT Training and Technical Assistance Center

CTDOT Bicycle & Pedestrian Facebook Page

DEEP: Outdoor Recreation

ConnDOT BikePed Facebook Page


Contact
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To report maintenance issues on State Roads Only (striping, tree trimming, snow removal)
Maintenance Issues or Comments

 

For pedestrian and bicycle information only:
E-mail: Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator

or write to:

Connecticut Department of Transportation
Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator
P.O. Box 317546
Newington, CT 06131-7546