Two people showed up for an open house on the plan Tuesday afternoon. One of them said TARC should improve its current services, rather than add more.The other half of the audienc said the route will help familiarize people with the loop.
Runners, walkers and cyclists are invited to the Shawnee Golf Course Clubhouse Monday evening to discuss the development of a sign direction master plan for the Louisville Loop.
When complete, the Loop will be a 100 mile paved trail encircling the city for cyclists, joggers and walkers.
by Stephanie Crosby Louisville Metro Parks planners will reveal the route for the northeast portion of the Louisville Loop tomorrow night at a public meeting. Senior Planner Lisa Hite says the section of the loop of bicycle and walking trails between Prospect and Shelbyville Road was particularly challenging, because there aren’t many existing parks that… Continue reading Public Meeting Tomorrow for Louisville Loop Plans
Louisville plans to apply for a new funding program from the National Endowment for the Arts. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Last week, NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman announced the agency will award a limited number of grants for up to $250,000 to cities for arts-related projects, including planning arts districts, promoting artists and using art to… Continue reading City Plans to Apply for New Federal Art-Related Grant
An open house tomorrow will be the first chance for the public to see the results of walkability studies conducted by the health department in three Louisville neighborhoods. Parks department spokesperson Jason Cissell says the studies of Chickasaw, Portland and Smoketown are still open to input from the public. “So it’s an opportunity to not… Continue reading Open House on Walkability Reports Set For Tomorrow