At the Metropolitan Parks and Recreation District (also known as "Great Rivers Greenway"), our long-term vision is one of a united St. Louis region from the Katy Trail to the Gateway Arch.
We are working to make the St. Louis region healthier, a region that is clean, green and connected by the Greenway. St. Louis as an entire region will benefit upon completion of The River Ring, our visual conception of this Greenway Trail dream. Here we work beyond borders - connecting the entire region that voted us into existence to carry out a greater mission of improving the lives of people in the St. Louis area.
Our interconnected system of trails and greenways, on-street bicycle routes and parks will encircle the St. Louis region, encompassing a 600-mile web of more than 45 greenways that will crisscross the region.
It will also provide access to trail and greenway projects being developed by several partners, including:
- Madison County Transit (MCT)
- The Metro East Parks and Recreation District (MEPRD)
- St. Clair County Transit District
Today, we are working on 17 active greenways that are in various stages of development throughout the St. Louis region.
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