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Pathways are nonmotorized transportation facilities located within a parkway or road right-of-way. A riding and hiking trail located in the road right-of-way is considered a pathway. Typical pathway width is 10 feet with decomposed granite or natural tread surface material (not paved). Pathways are intended to serve both circulation and recreation purposes. They provide a different experience from trails and are not an equivalent substitute; however, pathways help make critical connections and are an integral part of a functional trail system.
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