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Pedestrian map development
As walking becomes more popular as a form of exercise and transportation, the development of community walking maps becomes more important to allow people to fulfill their health, recreation and travel goals more effectively.
This guide proposes a process by which different types of walking maps can be developed in a way that best serves the needs of the individual walker and the interests of the community. These needs and interests include tourism, recreation, health benefits, commercial, historical commemoration and as a means of transportation.
Individual components of the guide are available to download:
- Part 1 - The planning process
- Part 2 - Specific map types and generation
- Part 3 - Application of the planning process
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Last modified: February 7, 2012
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