A shared use path is a trail that is designed for non-motorized travel.  Most shared use paths are designed to explore areas that motorized traffic cannot go.  Typically designed shared use paths avoid vehicular traffic, often avoiding roads or providing a grade separated method for crossing a road.  Shared use paths are designed to be used by bicycles, pedestrians, joggers, skaters, and wheelchair users.

Below are a list of shared use paths / trails in Indiana.


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