The Louisville Loop

Public and Non-Profit Strategies for Long-Term Vision Implementation

The City of Louisville has undertaken an ambitious trail development program for their 100-mile Louisville Loop.

Presenters: Ron Taylor, Principal, Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group; Charles Neer, Landscape Architect, Wallace Roberts and Todd, LLC

The City of Louisville has undertaken an ambitious trail development program for their 100-mile Louisville Loop. Building upon the rich Olmsted-planned legacy imprinted upon the city in the late 1800s, the city is working to create the Loop to provide connectivity throughout the city, provide health and recreational opportunities, and to promote economic development. Given the size and complexity of the project includes several different partnerships and funding options, including public-private partnerships.

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