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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)
SF Bay Trail Guidelines & Toolkit (San Francisco Bay Trail document, 11MB)  NEW
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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