Bike paths are routes designed specifically for cyclists and can be found in both urban and rural areas. The work involves excavate and prepare the site including any necessary grading or leveling of the terrain. Then the bike itself will be constructed, which may involve laying down asphalt, concrete, or other suitable materials. During the installation process some of the features such as signage, markings and barriers to help ensure the safety of cyclists and pedestrians alike may be installed. Once the bike path is complete, it can provide a valuable resource for the community, encouraging healthy and eco-friendly transportation options and promoting outdoor recreation.