DDOT is committed to providing safe and convenient bicycle and pedestrian access throughout the city through the creation of a network of interconnected trails and shared use paths, as they provide a high-quality walking and biking experience, and act as a supplement to existing bicycle facilities.

FAQ: What is the difference between a trail, a multi-use trail, and a shared-use path?
The terms are used interchangeably in transportation planning. A shared use path is a path used by cyclists, pedestrians, and other non-motorized users which is physically separated from the roadway.

Procedures & Services

Department Energy Savings Initiatives-Bike Trails

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