Trails in Indiana

  1. Take a ride with Pat Martin, Chief Planner of Terre Haute, through the 35 miles trail system of the city

    Terre Haute, Vigo County
    15:18

    08 / 2012

  2. 100 miles bicycling in oppressive heat and people are saying its worth it! You can see it in their eyes and smiling faces---the enthusiasm, the satisfaction, the sense of accomplishment in testing their limits and succeeding. And that’s not the only reason to bicycle. Hear what some of the over 1300 old and even first-time participants have to say about their experience on the 13th Annual popular northern Indiana trail ride.

    Goshen / Elkhart
    14:16

    June / 2012

  3. From an idea and vision 19 years ago, it took hundreds of hours of planning, coordination, grant-writing, promotion and finally construction to open this trail. It also took a professional, knowledgeable staff led by Angie Pool, Executive Director working with government agencies, political leaders, service organizations, business owners and of course volunteers. Angie's current challenge is to sustain and maintain the trails just as John Yoder explains in the Pumpkinvine Trail video. But at the ribbon-cutting in Williamsburg, on June 23, 2012 opening the final section of trail; it all seems worth it.

    Williamsburg IN
    16:18 minutes

    June 23, 2012

  4. John Novovich, Mitch Barloga, Dave Eenigenburg explain the plan to create an interstate corridor trail connecting Crown Point IN to Chicago

    Schererville Indiana
    13.39 minutes

    10 / 15 / 2011

  5. Kevin, now Principal at Rundell Ernstberger and Associates began by designing a master plan that connected schools, parks, attractions and commercial areas for pedestrians and bicyclists. A no-brainer today for cities and towns; it was one of the first comprehensive plans awarded federal Transportation Enhancement monies to be built.

    Indianapolis
    16.18

    02/2012