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Posted on: August 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Path Etiquette Campaign 2022

Go a safe Speed, 20 miles per hour

Last year, in 2021, we began the Path Etiquette campaign with pop-up events to connect with the community. We heard how beloved our path system is, but we also heard there are concerns about safety and sharing the paths respectfully. We ramped-up our campaign in fall 2021 to include temporary signage along paths, speed monitoring, and data collection. This summer 2022, the Path Etiquette campaign includes improved messaging, more events, pop-up temporary signage along the paths, work on permanent signage, and direct education to users who have vehicles that are not allowed on the path system.


Additionally, please check out our NEW Path Etiquette video, and share with all the path users in your life. The more we can spread the word about respectful path use, the safer our paths will be! Don't forget, more people using the path system is something to be proud of, and when we come together respectfully we can make them a space that everyone can enjoy.


E-Bikes, One-Wheels and More: There's more people on our paths! from City of Eugene on Vimeo.

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