Primary Concern: Motorist/Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety
Federal lands can not only have significant vehicle traffic,
but significant bicycle and pedestrian traffic as well. Issues
can arise from having to separate these different modes of
travel. Image 1 and Image 2 show examples of heavy pedestrian
use near different roadways.
The possible solutions to address potential vehicle conflicts
with bicycles and pedestrians includes: building or modifying
infrastructure to reduce the likelihood of conflict, using
ITS to inform visitors of potential conflicts, or using policies
or transit to reduce the number of vehicles on the roadways.
The following links let you view the Fact Sheets which provide
detailed information on the possible solutions relating to
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)