Northeast Corridor of Louisville Loop

Working with the public and leaders from neighborhoods and small cities in the eastern part of Louisville Metro, Metro Parks is leading a planning effort to identify the preliminary route and alignment of the paved Louisville Loop trail's northeastern corridor.

This paved multi-use trail will connect two other planned segments of the Louisville Loop: the Floyds Fork Greenway and a multi-use path in the River Road corridor.

This web site offers an opportunity for interested citizens to learn more about the project, sign up to receive meeting notices and project updates via e-mail, and offer feedback to the project team.


Northeastern Corridor Survey

We want to hear from you! The best way for citizens to express their interest in what they would like to see from the project is to complete a short survey developed for those who live, work, play or simply want to express an opinion on the northeastern corridor. The survey takes just a few minutes or less to complete.

Project library

August 21, 2012 Documents
 Northeast Loop Route Maps and Alternatives

May 11, 2010 Documents
 Northeast Loop Route Maps and Alternatives

April 9, 2008 Documents

 

Introductory documents
 welcome_abouttheprojectBOARD.pdf
 welcome_quickfactsBOARD.pdf
 welcome_welcomeBOARD.pdf

New Region 1 Documents
 Region1ExCond_AppBOARD.pdf
 Region1FeedbackBOARD.pdf
 Region1MapBOARD.pdf

New Region 2 Documents
 Region2ExCond_AppBOARD.pdf
 Region2FeedbackBOARD.pdf
 Region2MapBOARD.pdf

New Region 3 Documents
 Region3ExCond_AppBOARD.pdf
 Region3FeedbackBOARD.pdf
 Region3MapBOARD.pdf

April 9 Powerpoint
 PowerPoint_Forum_2FINAL.pdf

December 19, 2007 documents

The northeastern corridor encompasses an area that, for planning purposes, has been broken up into three regions. The project team has made available three maps for each region that identify the boundaries for each individual region; landmarks such as schools, parks and shopping centers within each region; and a map intended for public input on the project. Participants are encouraged to mark up those maps to identify where they would like to see the route connected to the Louisville Loop and submit them to the project team.

 For a presentation on the Northeast Corridor of the Louisville Loop {click here}. This presentation gives a complete overview of the Louisville Loop project and was presented at the introductory public meeting Dec. 19 at EP "Tom" Sawyer State Park.
 For an overview of the Northeast Corridor of the Louisville Loop, please {click here}.

Region 1: Prospect, including Norton Commons

 For the boundary map for Region 1 {click here}.
 For the landmark/activity map for Region 1 {click here}.
 For the public input map for Region 1 {click here}.

Region 2: Anchorage, EP Tom Sawyer State Park, University, Berrytown & Lyndon

 For the boundary map for Region 2 {click here}.
 For the landmark/activity map for Region 2 {click here}.
 For the public input map for Region 2 {click here}.

Region 3: Middletown and Jeffersontown

 For the boundary map for Region 3 {click here}.
 For the landmark/activity map for Region 3 {click here}.
 For the public input map for Region 3 {click here}.

Louisville Loop Maps

For a map of the overall Loop project {click here}. 
For a map of the Northeastern connections {click here}.
For a map of possible Northeastern routes {click here}.
For a map of Northeastern alternatives {click here}.

Completed public input maps should be mailed to:

Northeast Louisville Loop Planning Project
Metro Parks
PO Box 37280
Louisville, KY 40233-7280

Maps may also be e-mailed as attachments to [email protected].

 

 

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