Heel Toe Express: Rules of the Path
- Stay to one side of the path when passing another person on the pathway. Sometimes pathways will have a line in the middle of the path like a street. But if there is no line, just be courteous of other people
- Watch out for other people. You may want to look at the path to know where to step next. Or you may have your eyes glued to your phone. Just keep an eye ahead of you and avoid collisions and be courteous of other people.
- Don’t fill the width of the pathway when you’re walking in a group. Refer to Rule 1. Stay to one side of the path and be courteous of other people.
- Don’t walk on another person’s heels. On a busy path, keep a distance to avoid collisions and injuries. Be courteous of other people.
- Don’t stop suddenly and hang out on the path. If you want to stop for a rest or just enjoy the view, make sure to step to a side of the path. This way you avoid collision, injury and allow people to stay on the heel toe express. Be courteous of other people.
- Keep your pet close by. A pet running around, possibly with a dragging leash, on a busy path, could cause someone to trip and fall. Be courteous of other people.
- Don’t put any obstacles on the pathway like rocks, stones, sticks or branches. Keep the pathway clear for other people. Never leave litter behind, always take your garbage with you. Be courteous of other people.
- Be courteous of other people.