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Olentangy Trail - Construction 1/2 mile south of Antrim Park

Beginning September 1, 2014 through November 1, 2014 the Olentangy Trail will be undergoing temporary construction approximately ½ mile south of Antrim Lake Park and Henderson Road to repair an erosion situation. The trail will remain open, but may be shut down for 15-30 minute increments during the day for heavy equipment to access the site. Signage will be posted, and Metro Park rangers will be in the area to assist with any closures. For any questions, contact Metro Parks @ (614) 230-7191, or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Alum Creek Trail

Alum Creek Trail Construction

Construction for the completion of Alum Creek Trail begins Summer 2014. A 0.25 mile section from Innis Park to Sunbury Road near Easton and a 1.2 mile section from Airport Drive to the existing Brittany Hills trailhead will complete the 22 mile Alum Creek Trail. Construction will not affect existing trail usage and is expected to last through Fall 2015.

Alum Creek Airport to Brittany Map

Alum Creek Easton Map

Scioto Trail

Scioto Trail Greenways Project

During the next 18-24 months, there will be several closures and detours posted for the Scioto Trail on both east and west banks. Please use caution downtown as you pass through the construction area. Between November 18, 2013 and February 1, 2014, the detours will be posted as needed. By Feb. 1, 2014, all of the trail along the Scioto Mile is scheduled to be closed and a full detour posted. For additional information or for inquiries, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call (614) 496-0975.

Scioto Greenways Map


Olentangy Trail at Goodale Street

Construction has started on the Olentangy Trail at Goodale Street. A bike/ped bridge between Olentangy River Road to near Michigan Ave & a ramp to connect Goodale Street (overpass) with the Olentangy Trail will be installed. During construction, the trail will remain open and caution signs will be posted marking areas of construction. Please use extreme caution and slow down when passing through the construction zone---workers and equipment will be close to the edges of the path.

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