Plans

The following list features city and/or county projects currently planned, or underway. 
 

Evansville Bike and Pedestrian Connectivity Master Plan

Evansville is working hard to become a more bicycle and pedestrian friendly city. Every year more bike lanes, protected pedestrian paths, and cycle tracks are added to the city’s bicycle grid. See the Evansville MPO's Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Master Plan.
 

Hi-Rail Trail Segment Project

The Hi-Rail Corridor project is a wonderful addition to the Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage Trails system. Thanks to the Evansville Parks Department and the Evansville MPO, we are able to provide maps that help us to visualize how the Hi-Rail will connect other bicycle and pedestrian networks. Check out our Facebook post with additional project photos here:   https://www.facebook.com/464910530242583/posts/1995200363880251/ 

Just opened on November 9, 2018.

 
 

walnut street project

The Walnut Street Project corridor is approximately 3.1 miles and is identified as a "road diet project" reducing the number of vehicular traffic lanes from four to three. The project to improve Walnut Street involves rehabilitation of the pavement, curbs and gutters, and south sidewalk, along with replacing the north sidewalk with a multi-use trail. Preliminary engineering started Spring of 2018 and construction is currently scheduled to begin in 2020. This is a multi-use trail that begins from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Vann Avenue. Get additional information on the Evansville City webpage here: https://www.evansvillegov.org/city/department/division.php?structureid=300

Evansville City Engineer, Brent Schmitt talks about the Weinbach Improvement Project. See his video explaining parts of the process:

 

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