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Routes in the U.S. Bicycle Route System. Edit
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See WikiProject U.S. Bicycle Route System for detailed instructions on mapping U.S. bicycle routes.

U.S. bicycle routes should only be mapped once there is a concrete route proposal. Do not speculate based on Adventure Cycling's National Corridor Plan – corridors can often be little more than plans for the distant future. Instead, wait until there is a concrete proposal from (for instance) the state department of transportation or a regional transportation planning commission. Be sure to tag the route as state=proposed until the route designation is officially made by AASHTO.

Also, U.S. bicycle routes are not to be confused with cross-country hiking trails or Adventure Cycling routes.