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Equestrian use of roadways

Equestrian use of roadways was routine historically, and continues to be routine in many parts of the world today. It is subject to a wide variety of regulatory, policy, management, and technical issues.

Direction of travel

Many laws and regulations require equestrian users to travel either with or against motor vehicle traffic. They must travel against traffic in Colorado. They must travel with traffic in Illinois[1] and New Mexico.[2]

See also

  • Pedestrian crossing
  • Trails


  1. [1], accessed 2008-06-15
  2. New Mexico DOT BPE Equestrian Awareness Brochure, accessed 2008-06-15


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