This Division analyzes data, studies transportation problems, assists cities and counties in using transportation related technology, and publishes information and recommendations relative to transportation issues. Cooperation with regional planning agencies provides for the continuing urban and regional transportation planning process. An extensive database is continuously updated for economic, financial and planning studies to support management's policy decisions. Tourist, city and county maps are produced, printed and distributed. Counties, cities and local citizen groups are assisted in establishing bicycle and pedestrian corridors and scenic byways. Under intermodal transportation planning, this division works for the most efficient use of all state transportation systems-airports, highways, pipelines, railroads, waterways, and public transportation.