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 - 2 Day Intensive
McDowell Tech Community College
McDowell Tech Community College
Trail Crew Leader Training - 2 Day Intensive

August 03 - 04, 2024

Old Fort, North Carolina

Sustainable Trail Building One-Year Certificate Program
Sustainable Trail Building One-Year Certificate Program

September 09, 2024

Lyndonville, Vermont

Facilitation Training for Consensus That Works
The Harbinger Consultancy
The Harbinger Consultancy
Tell the Economic Story of Your Conserved Lands and Trails Without Hiring an Economist
The Harbinger Consultancy
The Harbinger Consultancy
Great Lakes Outdoor Summit
Duluth Area Outdoor Alliance
Duluth Area Outdoor Alliance
Great Lakes Outdoor Summit

October 24 - 26, 2024

Duluth, Minnesota

Do-It-Yourself Trail User Research You Can Start Right Away
The Harbinger Consultancy
The Harbinger Consultancy
Creative Placemaking Deep Dive: Moving from Ideas to Community Impact
The Harbinger Consultancy
The Harbinger Consultancy

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Trail Skills Collaborators
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