Brampton Trails Code of Conduct
Everyone using public parks and trails is responsible for maintaining a safe and friendly atmosphere for all. Pedestrians always have right of way. Travel on the right side of the trails and watch for oncoming traffic.
Brampton Bicycle Related Regulations[elements_animation animation_type=’element_from_left’]
- Bicycles with wheels more than fifty (50) centimetres (20 inches) in diameter cannot be ridden on any sidewalk except, unless the sidewalk is designated as a multi-use path.
- Bicycles cannot be ridden within parkland, except on portions of road or bicycle paths commonly intended for the public use.
- Bicycles cannot exceed a speed of 8 kilometres per hour (5 miles per hour) within the parkland.
- Where there is frequent pedestrian usage, cyclists must dismount and walk their bicycles for public safety.
- Everyone on a bicycle must keep their feet on their pedals, and both hands on their handlebars, except for the purpose of signaling.
- Carrying articles by hand is prohibited.
- Bicycles must be ridden on the road in single file.
- Bicycles must be ridden as near to the right-hand side of the roadway as practicable.
- Park bicycles in a manner that causes the least possible obstruction to pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
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