WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI — Progress continues along a non-motorized public pathway expected to total 70 miles.
The latest segment of the Border-to-Border trail to open was in November 2020 at the Huron River in Delhi Metropark. Another stretch of the trail segment, from Zeeb to East Delhi roads, will begin in the winter, with a planned opening in summer 2021. The project also involves moving Skip’s Huron River Canoe Livery to a new spot within the park to make room for the trail’s extension.
New segment opens along Border-to-Border trail in Ann Arbor area
Project partners have recently added to the Zeeb Road to Dexter trail segment, including pedestrian signals at the red iron bridge in the Delhi Metropark, according to a news release. Signals are intended to allow for safer pedestrian crossing at East Delhi Road in Ann Arbor.
At Frog Island Park in Ypsilanti, crews are installing new lights, due to the limited fixtures by the amphitheater, according to a news release. The segment extends along the south and west sides of the park, parallel to the Huron River, and connect to East Cross and East Forest Streets.
New segments open along non-motorized Border-to-Border trail
Pandemic has not slowed Border-to-Border trail progress, officials say
Partners on the trail project include the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative, the Huron-Clinton Metroparks, Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission, Washtenaw County Road Commission, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation and the state Department of Natural Resources.
The updated map is available online.
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