Great resources, thank you.searching the American Trails website
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Cyclist checking in: In general I follow the no harm, no foul rule of thumb. In other words, if no one else is around, speed limits mean nothing. On our MUP system there are a few areas that warrant slowing down due to traffic (restaurant next to the river MUP, MUP through a major park, etc.) and the city put down signs indicating slow zones and rumble strips on the MUP surface. I tend to pay attention to those.... if there are people milling around.Anyone have examples of effective speed limit implementation for multi-use pathways? There are some pathways in my city that are set at 20km/h (about 12.5 mph). However, there are a lot of cyclists that ignore it completely. Thoughts on this?