Shared-Use Trails

A shared-use trail supports multiple recreation and transportation opportunities, such as walking, bicycling, inline skating, and wheelchair use. Motorcycles and mopeds are normally prohibited. A shared-use path typically has a surface that is asphalt, concrete or firmly packed crushed aggregate.

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Upcoming trainings for Shared-Use Trails

Trail Crew Leader Training
Trail Crew Leader Training

January 13 - 14, 2024

Marion, North Carolina


Trail Workers with Shared-Use Trails Experience


Walt Bready

Contractor Trainer Nonprofit

Blairsville, Ga

Walt Bready is the former State of Georgia Trails Education Specialist and current owner of Trails…


Daniel Briceño

San Diego Mountain Biking Association

Contractor Trainer Nonprofit

Nathaniel Brodie

USDA Forest Service


Hood River, Or

Twenty-four ongoing years of professional experience working and managing iconic and high-use trail…


Meredith Brown

Trainer Corps Nonprofit

Eddie Bruce

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission


Ocala, Fl

Work in the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of recreational opportunities that…


Betsy Byrne

National Park Service


Salt Lake City, Ut

I am a landscape architect with the National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation…


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Federal Highway Administration USDA Forest Service National Park Service Bureau of Land Management
American Trails Professional TrailBuilders Association Partnership for the National Trails System Northern Vermont University Northwest Arkansas Community College Eppley Institute Corps Network