2020 Rewind: An “amazing” Year of Growth for the B2B Trail

It has been an amazing year for B2B Trail progress! From Ypsilanti to Lyndon Township, trail users have seen over five new miles of trail, new trail features created and the groundwork started for an equally productive 2021. As we come to the close of this challenging year, join us in looking back at the amazing achievements made in the expansion of the Border-to-Border Trail System:

Chelsea-Stockbridge Connection Progress (below)
2.1 mile trail segment beginning at the Green Lake Campground extending to North Territorial Road.

A Dedicated B2B Trailhead, Lyndon Township
Fifty parking spaces and amenities located near the intersection of North Territorial Road and M-52, adjacent to Lyndon Township Hall.
The M-52 Tunnel, Chelsea
Located adjacent to Green Lake connecting the Waterloo and Pinckney Recreation Areas.

Dexter-Ann Arbor Connection Progress
Dexter-Huron Metropark to Zeeb Road, 1.1 mile segment which includes two new bridges over the Huron River.

Dexter-Ann Arbor Connection Progress
0.8 mile segment traversing the Delhi Metropark along the Huron River.

Frog Island Park, City of Ypsilanti
Forest Avenue to Cross street, reconstruction of a 0.25 mile segment of the 30+ year-old trail along the Huron River.

Grove Road/Water Street Trail Segment
Replacement of 0.45 miles of an old narrow sidewalk with a 8-10’ wide concrete pathway.

North Hydro Park to Wayne County Border
Includes two construction segments in the same area totaling 0.36 miles, connecting North Hydro Park to neighborhoods, Grove Road and Rawsonville Elementary School.

Ready to hit the B2B Trail System? HWPI is excited to provide our updated map featuring trail access points and parking information to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience along the B2B!

Click here to download the B2B Trail System Map with updated access points and parking information.

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