What type of trails will the plan address?
In many communities, shared–use paths may be referred to as multiuse trails, bike paths, hiker/biker trails, or similar terms. These trails are designed for two-way travel and are physically separated from motor vehicle traffic by open space or other barriers. They are typically 10 to 12 feet wide with a paved surface. They are designed to accommodate a variety of uses and devices such as bicycling, walking and jogging, skating, horseback riding, wheelchairs, and scooters. In the Thurston region, the longest shared-use paths are constructed on former railroad corridors.