Find a path less traveled

If you’ve been out on a trail recently, you’ve probably noticed more people walking, running, and biking than normal. With physical distancing guidelines looking likely to stay in place for the foreseeable future, now is a great time to explore a less traveled path. Tri-State Trails can help you out with our interactive trail map!…

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May Is Still National Bike Month

Cincinnati, Ohio – May is still National Bike Month in Greater Cincinnati, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. While the typical offering of group rides and public events has been cancelled due to public health concerns, Tri-State Trails encourages you to ride a bike for exercise, recreation and transportation during the month of May. “Trails and bikeways…

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COVID-19 increases trail use around Greater Cincinnati

COVID-19 has changed everyday life as we know it. In a time when so many things are uncertain, one thing is clear: more people are going outside to walk, run, or ride a bike. As a result, trails, sidewalks, and parks are experiencing an influx of traffic. A look at the data Tri-State Trails collects…

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Stay safe on the trails during COVID-19

Little Miami Scenic Trail

During these unprecedented times, people all around the world are turning to trails to clear their heads, get some exercise, and enjoy the spring sunshine. As a result, trail use is surging around the tri-state. You might be wondering, is this safe during the pandemic? Do your part for everyone’s health Parks and trails are…

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Tri-State Trails endorses Issue 7

EDIT: The Ohio primary election has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Absentee ballots are being accepted through April 28, 2020. For more information on how to vote yes on Issue 7, visit the Hamilton County Board of Elections website. When people don’t have to rely on cars alone to get around, economies are…

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Cincinnati takes action to further expand CROWN with two grant applications

Cincinnati’s CROWN is taking shape. The City of Cincinnati recently applied for two Clean Ohio Trail Fund grants through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to advance key connections in the 34-mile urban trail loop vision. If awarded, the grants would build the first segment of the Little Duck Creek Trail in Madisonville and support…

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Connect NKY Slow Rides to Advance Bicycling Infrastructure in Newport

Newport, KY – Bicycling advocates in Newport will take to the streets on Tuesday, July 2 to explore how bike infrastructure could positively transform the city.  The “slow ride” is open to everyone and will start at 5:30 PM from Bernadette Watkins Park at the intersection of W. 6th Street and Patterson Street in Newport.  …

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Opinion: Grassroots Support Pays Off for Wasson Way

Saturday, July 28 was a historic day for supporters of the Wasson Way bike and pedestrian trail.  Hundreds of supporters came out to celebrate the opening of the first section of trail from Madison Road near Rookwood Commons to Tamarack Avenue behind Withrow High School.  At one point during the event, Councilmember PG Sittenfeld had the…

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Tri-State Trails’ Advocacy Spurs Progress in OKI 2040 Regional Transportation Plan

Cincinnati, OH – For the first time in recent history, bicyclists and pedestrians have become a priority in the Greater Cincinnati region’s transportation policy. This month, the OKI Regional Council of Governments Board of Directors unanimously approved the 4-year update to their 2040 Regional Transportation Plan. The update includes 17 prioritized bike and pedestrian related…

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