A shared roadway is one where cars, bicycles, and pedestrians all use the same right-of-way. A shared roadway does not have a bicycle or pedestrian specific lane. Pedestrians should walk against the traffic while cyclists should go with the flow of traffic. Some cyclists prefer to ride in mixed traffic rather than on a dedicated sidepath or on a road with a bicycle lane. A shared roadway can be the first step in building a “suggested bike route” as the cost of trail and route infrastructure is reduced. In addition, almost every street in existence could qualify as a shared roadway.
Below are a list of shared roadways in Indiana.