A sidepath runs alongside roads as an extension of a sidewalk. Typically, a sidepath has complete physical separation from the roadway except at intersections. A sidepath tends to take on the characteristics of the road it follows, and since walkers, runners, cyclists, skaters, etc. don’t tend to travel as fast automobiles, the trail can provide an easily navigable contour, even if it may curve more abruptly or navigate grades sharper than a rail trail. A sidepath can create opportunities for trail users to go to nearby shops and amenities without resorting to using their automobile in small knit communities.
Below are a list of sidepaths in Indiana