That's the name of a reference document issued by the Federal Highway Administration last month.
It's got a lot of local flavor since it was put together by Toole Design and their consultant team includes Heather Deutsch - formerly of DDOT - and Darren Flusche - formerly of LAB - among others. DDOT's Mike Goodno and Alexandria's Hillary Poole are thanked up front and several examples in the booklet come from the area.
It talks about the resurfacing planning process and when bike facilities should come into the mix (as soon as the list of streets to be resurfaced is completed, basically). It makes the case that integrating bikeway planning with resurfacing planning is best, and lists Oakland as an example. Some of the ideas for how to add bike facilities include road diets, parking removal, shoulder paving.
It's about 65% cheaper to add bike lanes with resurfacing than to just go in and repaint.