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

A OR B Bucking and Limbing Chainsaw Training at Camp Dodge Training Center
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Appalachian Mountain Club


Trail Workers with Shared-Use Trails Experience


Andy Crowley

Contractor Trainer

Ashland, Nh

Conservation Trail Services LLC. Working with private, non-profit, and…


Gabriel Cummings

Natural Areas Conservancy


Walt Daniels

New York - New Jersey Trail Conference

Trainer Nonprofit

David Deitemeyer

City of Colorado Springs


Colorado Springs, Co

Professional and licensed Landscape Architect (CO) specializing in the trail planning, design and…


Kevin Deiters

Central Texas Trail Tamers


Austin, Tx

President and founding member of the Central Texas Trail Tamers. The Trail Tamers have been…


Jeff Dion

Potomac Appalachian Trail Club

Contractor Nonprofit

Esmont, Va

My professional skills are in fundraising + GPS/GIS for trail systems


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