Adventure Cycling's partners and important collaborators on the U.S. Bicycle Route System project include:
AASHTO Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering reviews and approves applications for U.S. Bicycle Routes.
AASHTO Task Force on U.S. Bicycle Routes developed the National Corridor Plan and oversees changes such as adding new numbered corridors. The task force also provides assistance on special situations that might affect designation of U.S. Bicycle Routes.
Alliance for Biking and Walking is the national non-profit that supports state and local advocacy efforts. Many of the USBRS volunteers come from these organizations as does support for development of the routes.
American Trails provides support for trail development and maintenance across North America.
East Coast Greenway Alliance is our partner in developing USBR 1 and 5 and serves on the USBRS task force.
FHWA Bicycle & Pedestrian Program oversees federal legislation that pertains to bicyclist and provides support and training to the state bicycle and pedestrian coordinators.
International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) is dedicated to mountain biking is the go-to-group for dirt riding. We collaborate with them on federal land issues and bicycle tourism promotion.
League of American Bicyclists is the advocacy group for everyday cyclists and hosts of the annual National Bike Summit
Mississippi River Trail, Inc. is our partner on USBR 45 and serves on the USBRS task force.
National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices Bicycle Technical Committee provides guidance for bicycle signs and markings to the FHWA Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices team.
The National Park Service and Adventure Cycling Association signed a five-year agreement to work on bicycle tourism in an effort to promote more cycling in national parks and bring U.S. Bicycle Routes to and through park units.
Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Program provides technical assistance to federal land managers working on sustainable travel and transportation systems.
State Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinators help facilitate projects and promote bicycling and walking in each state.
Rails to Trails Conservancy advocates for trails and rail banking in the U.S.
We have numerous state and local partners. See the National Corridor Plan and click on your state to see the state and local partners who are helping to implement the U.S. Bicycle Route System.