Trails in Indiana

 

What Could Be: Visionary Thinking Builds the B&O Trail

Indy Bikeshare beats Denver's — by a mile

Proportion of Zero-Car Households Rolls Past 10 Percent

2014-15 Northwest Region Planning:                   

Mitch Barloga

You'll Be Seeing Bike Racks on Amtrak Very Soon!
Big Four Bridge Finally Open!
Andy Clarke’s Blueprint to Move the United States Forward
What the Marvin M. Brandt Case Means for America’s Rail-Trails
U.S. justices deliver blow to 'rails-to-trails' policy

White River Wapahani Trail Connects to the South

Blue River Trails Project awarded Federal Highway Administration (FHWA} TAP/Enhancement funds through INDOT.

 A ride on the newly built Wilbur Wright Trail in New Castle, Henry County, IN. Probably more enjoyable for a very nice walk due to its length of two miles; this trail is immersed in nature and passes by the Big Blue River for a nice view.

Ginny Sullivan reports on the development of the United States Bicycle Route project and its achievements. 
George Bellovics speaks about Illinois trails being more than asphalt /concrete paths on the earth whose sole purpose is connecting one point to another.
Mid American Trails and Greenways Conference as reported by Raymond Porter, HRTC
Paul gives an overview of what the state of Michigan has achieved on building trails, bicycle routes and blue ways for traveling the lakes.
An insight from Steve Morris of the work done by IN DNR to support the project to build the Pennsy greenway, the first interstate trail in Indiana connecting Munster with Lansing Illinois.