Construction completed in New Albany
July 2018 – New Albany’s E. 8th to 18th Street segment is constructed and open for bicycle/pedestrian and vehicular traffic. This 0.6 mile segment includes a complete rebuilding of Water Street, and a new 12-ft. wide paved multi-use trail, portions of which are on boardwalk spanning out over the riverbank.
Silver Creek Bridge and new trail segment under construction in Clarksville – completion in late 2018
August 2018 – The long-awaited bicycle/pedestrian bridge across Silver Creek is getting closer to reality. Check out the amazing drone footage of the center bridge span being placed in June 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgHE9Ao1B9Y The bridge and a new 1.5 mile stretch of paved multi-use trail are scheduled for completion by the end of 2018. This project segment also includes a new trail head at Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Park. Completion of the bridge will allow for a fully connected bike ride between Jeffersonville and New Albany, along our beautiful Ohio River. [ALERT – Croghan Street and portions of Emery Crossing Road in Clarksville will remain closed to thru traffic during construction of this Greenway segment.]
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