White River Greenway Continues to Grow

November 18, 2013

Good news for fellow fans of downtown Indianapolis, bikers, outdoors enthusiasts, and lovers of all things awesome: The White River Greenway has grown by two miles. That means more biking, more jogging, and more enjoying of our fair city and everything it has to offer. Man oh man, we can’t wait for spring!

WFYI has the scoop. An excerpt is below.

indianaTrailsThe $3 million dollar project connects White River State Park to Raymond Street on the south side.

It’s designed to encourage more people to bike through the city which Parks Director John Williams says is an important piece of Indianapolis’ growth.

“Access to a major greenway trail is a key component to economic development and job growth in this neighborhood,” he said.  “The addition of this trail can be an economic catalyst for the surrounding neighborhood.”

The League of American Bicyclists presented Indy Mayor Greg Ballard with its annual leadership award.

President Andy Clarke says creating paths such as the greenway extension is what millennials are asking for from communities.

[Source: WFYI]

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