Rules for Shared Use Pathways
Urban trail managers also need to make clear to users what is expected of them on the trails and greenways.
From Colorado Dept. of Transportation
RIDE - SKATE - WALK ON THE RIGHT
RIDE - SKATE - WALK SINGLE FILE
CONTROL YOUR SPEED!
Shared-use Paths are used for transportation and recreation and can refer to urban paved paths or unpaved backcountry trails. In either case, you should be prepared to share the trail with multiple users. Whether you prefer to ride or walk on a paved urban path or backcountry trail, you need to follow appropriate trail etiquette and be courteous to other users to ensure that trails provide a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.
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Updated May 4, 2009