Final Regional Trail Network
Board approved the network in April 2022

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The final trail network focuses on equitably creating regional trail connectivity and increasing access to the destinations that support the vitality and livability of the region. The majority of the identified connections (over 250 miles of existing trails and more than 800 miles of planned trails) are selected from local plans for their potential to make connections across boundaries in the region. Over 300 miles of trail study corridors—connections identified for further study in future planning documents, planned connections with known implementation challenges, and high-concept connections—are also identified for their potential to connect via trails or trail-like facilities across the region.

Explore the draft-final Regional Trail Network here.