With the conclusion of the
Multi-Use Trail project an abundance of support was expressed towards different trail sections. As
it suggests, opportunities must be explored when the chance arises. Currently the desire to
extend the Goosepond trail to the Health Department, complete with parking and trailhead facilities,
has been expressed. The connection will not only provide another trailhead but will also link the
Health Department, via alternative means of transportation, to the community. This plan will
identify the deficiencies/efficiencies of trail construction and the alignment of the trail
in coordination with key players.
Currently the Newark
City Engineer’s office is planning the replacement/rework of the Ohio Street Bridge. This bridge
is a main component of the “Newark Sewer Project to Riverview Preserve” as listed in the 2014
Licking County Multi-Use Trail Plan and has been renamed ‘Riverview Trail’ for this plan. This plan
will identify the deficiencies and efficiencies of trail construction and identify the alignment of the
trail in coordination with key players.
This is the Licking County Transportation Study (LCATS) formal presentation to the Ohio Department of Transportation's Transportation Review Advisory Council (TRAC). The 9-minute video captures comments, aerial videos, graphics, and the formal request for the state to fund the State Route 16- Cherry Valley/Thornwood Drive Interchange.
Cyclicking is a program that holds events each year to help the public gain awareness of the history, architecture, and the bike trail system that Licking County provides.
Please come out and join us for one of the many events we hold each year!
"This spring, ODOT is embarking on a $2.5 billion construction season – the largest ever – fueled by millions of dollars generated by Gov. Kasich’s Ohio Jobs and Transportation Plan.
By unlocking the revenue potential of our Ohio Turnpike asset, the governor’s plan has eliminated decades-long delays on some of Ohio’s most anticipated transportation projects."ODOT