#CincinnatiConnects represents a bold vision for a healthy, vibrant, and revitalized city with a robust active transportation system that offers enhanced mobility and connectivity for all of its citizens and the broader region.
The 42-mile Cincinnati Connects urban loop trail plans to link several trails that are currently being planned or implemented by separate nonprofit organizations or government agencies. This unified vision links the existing Little Miami Scenic Trail, Ohio River Trail East, Mill Creek Greenway Trail, Lunken Airport Trail, and Otto Armleder Trail to the proposed Wasson Way, Oasis Trail, Ohio River Trail West, and Little Duck Creek Trail.
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Cincinnati Connects was funded by Interact for Health and managed/led by Groundwork Cincinnati Mill Creek.
In addition to the trail groups listed above, many other partners were
engaged in the development of the Cincinnati Connects plan: Cincinnati
Department of Transportation and Engineering, Cincinnati Parks, Great
Parks of Hamilton County, OKI Regional Council of Governments, Queen
City Bike, Red Bike, and others.
KEY BENEFITS OF TRAILS
improved public health
click links on right for Cincinnati Connects report excerpt
Cincinnati is the most populous city in Tri-State Trails' ten county service area, located near its geographic center. The Cincinnati Connects 42-mile urban loop trail is uniquely positioned to serve as the region's trail hub, with "spokes" connecting to:
Potential future trail connections to link Cincinnati Connects to suburban Hamilton County are outlined in the map below.
The Cincinnati Connects study was focused on linking portions of the central and eastern trail loops as shown in the map to the left. The plan recommends that an additional study be conducted for the western loop to connect city neighborhoods located west of the Mill Creek in the future.
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