FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
DIANNA M. KALL - 440-331-5768
�Passing on your left� is only one example of a safety rule to
use while on the all purpose trails in Cleveland Metroparks.
Shared use of the all purpose trails prompted Cleveland
Metroparks to partner with Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CNVP) to
inform and educate users on the Towpath Trails during the Safe
is Sound summer campaign.
The Safe is Sound campaign highlights public attention
for the need for cyclists to give an audible signal when passing.
Now through Saturday, September 4, park visitors will see safety
stops along the Towpath Trail in Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation,
helping visitors to be safe with personal coaching
Ranger Chief Greg Loftus states, �Cleveland Metroparks Rangers
and volunteers look forward to this opportunity to inform and
educate park visitors on trail safety.�
The following messages are being encouraged for users of all
ages while hiking, walking or cycling on the Towpath Trail and any
all purpose trail in the Park District: Wear a Helmet, Be Bright,
Stay on the Right, Take Breaks to the Side of the Trail, Slow Down,
Single File, and Do Not Block the Trail.
For a list of the stops scheduled in Cleveland Metroparks, visit
click on �about us,' �rangers,' and �latest news.'
Enjoy the trails safely and soundly in Cleveland
Metroparks - part of your life, naturally!
Cleveland Metroparks Rangers are the law
enforcement officers of the Park District. Rangers patrol over 22,
000+ acres of land 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.
EDITOR'S NOTE: For advanced interview arrangements and/or
photo opportunities, call Dianna Kall at 440-331-5768.