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SOCIAL MEDIA - What's New?
Twitter @sanjosetrails         (Project updates, trends, general trail news)
Instagram @sanjosetrails    (Nice views of trails and San Jose)
Periscope @sanjosetrails     (Video broadcasts at San Jose Trail sites)

STATUS REPORTS
Current Status 
Status Chart: Trail Network mileage (for September 2016)  
Status Chart: Pace of Trail Network development (Includes estimate of June 2017 mileage)
Entire Project Database (download from September 2016)  NEW
Trail Network Map - color-coded per stages of development 

Historical Status (fiscal year) 
2015-16
2014-15 
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08

Program Overview  
Presentation (42MB, slow download)

TRAIL COUNT REPORTS
Find a decade of trail counts by clicking here

RESEARCH REPORTS
Climate Ready Study - Fact Sheet - Study to determine potential of trails in Silicon Valley to reduce greenhouse gas through better access to bike and transit options
Climate Ready Study - Full Report - Data, analysis and findings
Strategic Plan - Comprehensive plan for funding, staff and development of Trail Network  Countywide Trails Prioritization and Gaps Analysis - Regional gap analysis  The Economic Benefits of the Park & Recreation System in San Jose Study   Fact Sheet  

FACT SHEETS
General Impacts - Transportation, Economic, Public Safety, Exercise-Recreation 
Benchmarking - How does San José compare to other trail cities
Trail types - Definition of San Jose core & edge trails, and the varying types 
Development Process - The six major steps to developing a San Jose Trail 
Economic Benefits 
Emergency Response 
Employment Impacts 
Trail Design 
Trail Safety 
Transportation - Trails & Rails
Visitor Guide  Updated 

CASE STUDIES
Resolving major site challenges: SKY Lane Trail Vision Study
Trails support recreation and commuting: Guadalupe River Trail 
San José Trails are developed per this Vision and Goals
Project development in a constrained site: Airport Parkway
Providing an trail between two urban neighborhoods Los Gatos Creek
Making a positive impact: Albertson Parkway
Using innovative and cost saving approaches: Highway 237 Bikeway

GUIDELINES
Design Guidance
General Trail Design Guidelines (draft)  
Trail Signage & Mileage Markers (version Feb 2014, 11.4mb doc)
      Mileage Markers
Frequently Asked Questions  
Uniform Trail Design Guidelines (County document) 
Trail Design Guidelines (County document) 
Trail Sign Guidelines (County document)

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Recycled Asphalt (Study and recommendations)
Reflective Striping (Specifications)
Bollard RenderingDetail Sheet & Surface Plate
San Jose Plants (Preferred landscape plants for parks and trails at non-mitigation sites)


Operational Guidance 
Trail Watch (Volunteer-based monitoring and reporting program)
Pedestrian Bridges (Process for inspecting pedestrian bridges) 


Planning Guidance - Inventory of future projects 
Greenprint - provides general planning information and defines the trail systems.  
Envision 2040 San Jose - General Plan (see Chapters 4 and 6 for trail discussion)

POLICIES & PROCESSES
OPDMD Policy (Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices)  
Trail Closure Process for temporary closures and detours

TOOLS
Determine how much carbon dioxide can be removed via landscaped trail: Carbon Dioxide Calculator