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Bike St. Louis Progress

Phase III of Bike St. Louis, the street routes for bicycles in the City of St. Louis, is making progress! Signage and markings are being added all over the city so people can explore and enjoy all that St. Louis has to offer by bicycle. Started last fall, this construction will be finished in the next two months. We're celebrating on Saturday, April 25th, more info on that atwww.bikestlouis.org. Here's what you need to know about the current construction:

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Greenway Rangers on Riverfront Trail In Partnership With Urban League

Great Rivers Greenway is thrilled to be partnering with the Urban League to implement a greenway ranger program on the North Riverfront Trail. Not only will this partnership provide excellent job training and employment for our community with the Save Our Sons program, but also enhances the experience for those using our network of greenways to be active, get around town or just enjoy being outside.  

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Exploring the Busch Greenway: Missouri Research Park to August A. Busch Conservation Area

While the Busch Greenway linking Missouri Research Park and the August A. Busch Conservation Area won’t “officially” open until 4/1/15, area residents have already discovered this new outdoor space for running, walking and biking in St. Charles County.

Because the wayfinding signage will not be installed until later this spring, it might be a little confusing when you come to a fork in the road. Here are some things you need to know before you go!

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Confluence Trash Bash Set for March 21, 2015

Volunteers needed for 7th Annual cleanup of rivers and creeks within the Mississippi and Missouri river watershed Great Rivers

We are pleased to be be a sponsor along with St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District and Missouri American Water of the 7th annual Confluence Trash Bash scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2015, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Bike Share Study Report to the Community

Making St. Louis an active, vibrant city is our main priority! In 2014, Great Rivers Greenway undertook an effort to execute a feasibility study on the concept of bringing a Bike Share program to the St. Louis region. We are pleased to present a thoughtful and thorough report, produced by all of the good work the community did this year.

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Southern Portion of Mississippi Riverfront Reopens

Everything you need to know about accessing the Gateway Arch, Riverboats, and Laclede's Landing during CityArchRiver Construction.

The southern portion of Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard, which runs along the Mississippi River at the base of the Grand Staircase of the Gateway Arch grounds, reopened on January 30, 2015.

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What's Happening in Your Greenways?

New trails, bike routes and plans for future connections!

What a busy fall! Our project managers, staff and partners from across the region have been hard at work on a variety of projects that are making St. Louis an even better place to live. Here’s a quick update from around the greenways:

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Sunset Greenway Trail Reopened

Walkers and cyclists can once again enjoy beautiful views overlooking the Missouri River.

The Sunset Greenway in Florissant has been officially re-opened for people to explore and enjoy. In June 2013, an 80-foot section of the trail in Sunset Park collapsed, making a portion of the trail impassible.

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National Park Service Awards Contract for North Gateway Construction to Kozeny-Wagner, Inc.

Gateway Arch parking garage to close permanently December 1; Arch will remain open to visitors.

The National Park Service announced today that Kozeny-Wagner, Inc. of Arnold, Missouri was awarded a $10.27 million contract to complete the North Gateway component of the CityArchRiver project.

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Is St. Louis Ready for Bike Share?

Citizen Input Welcome at November 13th Bike Share Open House

Great Rivers Greenway is offering area residents a final opportunity to weigh in on the feasibility of a Bike Share system in St. Louis at an open house scheduled for Thursday, November 13th from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Schlafly Branch Library. (225 North Euclid Ave. at Lindell Blvd.)

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