Local jurisdictions and partners have identified and developed active transportation corridor concepts that provide seamless, safe, enjoyable and efficient walking, bicycling and transit connections across the region.
Metro invited local jurisdictions and partners to identify and develop active transportation corridors that provide seamless, safe, enjoyable and efficient walking, bicycling and transit connections across the region. Proposals were received by Metro on Aug. 14, 2009. The proposals help prepare the region to effectively compete for funding.
Below, are the final proposed demonstration projects. Metro and the Active Transportation Council developed the 2009 TIGER grant application based on the proposals.
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A committee of civic, business and elected leaders gathered at Metro to think big about regional trails. Read their recommendations for investing in and planning our transportation systems to maximize mobility, livability and community.
The Metro Council is teaming up with governments, businesses, nonprofits and other nature lovers to create the world’s best network of parks, trails and natural areas.
Find out about the ambitious effort to establish a network of regional trails and greenways that connect the cities, centers, parks, natural areas and neighborhoods of the region.