Creating a Community Connectivity Initiative In:


Safely Connecting Our Urban Core Neighborhoods 

On Foot, On Bike, & Online

The vision is inspired by the Quality of Life gains, and private investment spawned by  the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.  Louisville & Southern Indiana can leverage similar efforts, reinforced by the need for a physical manifestation of an Urban Bourbon Trail that is uniquely Louisville. 


Green infrastructure storm water management integrated into lighted, high quality hardscape surfaces, bicycle and pedestrian urban pathways, and artful historic markers along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail at West Walnut Street & N. Meridian Street. Photo courtesy of Indianapolis Cultural Trail.


What can ConnectOurCore do to connect you and your neighbors, and why is this key? 

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In the few short years since it opened, the trail has attracted at least $100-million dollars in new investment to the city. In fact, just last week we approved a new 28-story residential and retail tower on a lot that fronts the trail in downtown Indianapolis.
— Mayor Greg Ballard, Indianapolis March 27, 2014
Photos courtesy of Google Streetview (multiple years)