The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) wants to alert park users that biking and walking paths that were combined into shared-use trails over the winter months are now open again as separate trails. Single- use trails add to the safety and enjoyment of all users. Trail users are asked to keep in mind: Pedestrians may not walk or run on a bike path. Bicyclists, skateboarders, in-line skaters, roller skaters and roller skiers may not use pedestrian paths.
When using a path, stay to the right unless passing.
Minneapolis has 51 miles of trails that follow the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway and many additional interior shared-use trails. Trails which are always shared are indicated by a “Combined Trail” or “Shared Trail” sign, as seen above. On shared paths, bikers must yield to pedestrians. Park users are reminded to use separate trails for walking and biking, where available. More information on trail etiquette and safety is available at minneapolisparks.org/parks__destinations/trails__parkways/