Trail Improvements in Salt Lake County
Posted by Ben McAdams
July 1, 2014
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summer has been full of exciting new improvements to our trails and bike
paths across Salt Lake County. In the past few weeks, I’ve attended four
ribbon-cuttings that celebrate the opening of a variety of bridges and tunnels
that now connect major bike and pedestrian trail systems.
recent improvements include two new bridges on the Jordan River Trail, the
opening of the 90th South tunnel, and the opening of the 1300 East
crossing at "The Draw." These wonderful additions help provide safe access for
cyclists, joggers, and anyone wanting to take a stroll, away from high-traffic areas.
give residents in this valley the lion’s share of the credit for our
progress. Thank you for showing that you care about trails and open space
- your support has made it possible to plan for and build the excellent
system for outdoor recreation that helps make life better for our residents now
for and for generations to come.
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