Indianapolis Non-Cultural Trails

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City to spend $2.1M on trail to connect justice campus to downtown

The Indianapolis Department of Public Works plans to build a $2.1 million trail along Southeastern Avenue to connect the Twin Aire neighborhood and the city's Community Justice Campus with downtown.

Construction of the multi-use trail began this week and is expected to be completed by the end of 2024. It will stretch for just over one mile—about 5,452 feet—along the north side of Southeastern Avenue from Washington Street to Leeds Avenue, near Rural Street.

"This trail will serve as a critical route for people who walk or bike into Downtown from neighborhoods on the near-southeast side," Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said in a media release. "But it also looks ahead to provide easy pedestrian access to developments at Twin Aire Shopping Plaza and the old drive-in. Combined, these efforts are giving more choice and freedom of movement to neighbors on the southeast side."

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