The Indianapolis Cultural Trail

Downtown Indianapolis' revitalization created several thriving cultural districts, but gaps in the urban fabric made them seem distant and unconnected. Planners' solution? The Indianapolis Cultural Trail.

Local planners believe the loop will become Indianapolis' Millennium Park.

"A unique urban loop linking the cultural districts together with fully segregated pathways for pedestrians and bicyclists, the trail is to be carved out of 18 to 36 feet of space on eight miles of downtown streets. Beyond pure functionality, the foundation wanted to 'create an inspiring space for people,' according to president Brian Payne."

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