When is this going to happen?

The City of Columbus currently is planning a critical link in the downtown bikeway network. This 1.4 mile, east-west link not only would accommodate bicyclists, joggers, walkers and other users through downtown but would also complete a link in the 473-mile Ohio to Erie Trail connecting Cincinnati with Cleveland. The proposed trail will provide an identifiable, attractive, safe and convenient trail that engages bicyclists and promotes bike and other non-motorized travel in Central Ohio, and across the state. This trail would extend from North Bank Park to the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and Jack Gibbs Boulevard.

The Downtown Bikeway Connector will provide an identifiable, safe, and convenient route that engages bicyclists within downtown Columbus and promotes and fosters bike use in the Central-Ohio region, and across Ohio.

the city's website...


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