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Display Field: TRAIL_NAME

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Description: This data layer shows the regional, community, and bike trails of Riverside County. Some are existing and some are proposed. SEGMENT_ID: Unique identifierTRAIL_CLASSIFICATION:Class I Bike Path: Multi use trails are paved surfaces for two-way non-motorized traffic.Class II Bike Path: Intended for preferential use by bicycles within paved areas of roadways. Marked on pavement and supported by signs.Class III Bike Path: Not marked on pavement, but are supported by signage. These routes share roads with motor vehicles or sidewalks with pedestrians: bicycle usage is secondary.Combination Trail: Combination Trails include both a Class I Bikeway and a Regional Trail, may split between two sides of the road. Community Trail: Soft surface trails that link communities to each other and to the regional trails system.Design Guidelines Trail" Localized trail calssifications that may be appropriate at the community-specific level.Historic Trail: General location of these trails is shown on General Plan maps; however, they do not represent a planned regional, community or other type of trail. There may be a Regional or Community Trail on, or parallel to, a historic route.Non - County Trail: Trails within the San Bernardino and Cleveland National Forests, Joshua Tree National Park, Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, public lands managed by the BLM, lands owned by the County of Riverside, the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority, the Riverside County Habitat Conservation Agency, and other national, State and local public or private lands such as those owned by the Nature Conservancy, Riverside Land Conservancy, and the Wildlands Conservancy.Private Trail: These trails are provided by private owners to encourage patrons.Regional Trail: Long distance soft surface trails are designed to provide linkages between communities, regional parks and open space areas.Regional/Open Space Trail: Sub-class of Regional Trails. These trails are usually pre-existing paths within open-space areas.TRAIL_NAME: Trail nameTRAIL_STATUS: Status of trailsAREA_PLAN: The area plan nameSOURCE: Name of person or organization who provided dataINPUT_DATE: Date of adoptionLINKS: Reserved for future use.

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