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Safety rules suggested for recreational path use

Roger Taylor - Dillon

As a “recreation” path user from the inception, I would like to put forth some safety rules or suggestions that could be posted at various locations, especially for our guests.

It also wouldn’t hurt our locals to refresh their memories.

1. Keep to the right.

2. Do not stop on the path. Move off the path to the right. Look for approaching traffic before entering the path.

3. When passing, hail the person being passed with “on your left,” a bell or a horn.

4. When hailed by “on your left,” a bell, or a horn, move to the right single file.

5. On limited sight distance sections, move to the right single file.

6. Look both ways before crossing the path.

7. Dogs must be on a short leash. Dogs must be on the far right edge of the path, and leashed so as not to have access to the oncoming lane, or to trip up others in the right lane.

Roger Taylor


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