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It looks like the trail is shoehorned between a road and a ramp.
December 17, 2011 in ICC Trail | Permalink
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I actually call this the US 29 trail. It runs along 29 from Briggs Chaney Rd to Fairland Rd, completely perpendicular to the ICC. Even if you can accept the state's absurd notion that the ICC bike trail includes paths along New Hampshire Ave, East Randolph Rd and Fairland Rd, those paths aren't even built yet. Without those paths, the US 29 path has no context other than as part of a north-south US 29 route.
However, it is a nice bit of engineering weaving a shared use path through the ICC/29 interchange.
Jack Cochrane |
December 18, 2011 at 02:17 AM
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