‘A crucial part’ of Lexington’s trail system finally opens after 11 years of planning

Source: Kentucky.com -- Fayette County

Article note: Oh man, that thing's perpetual incompleteness has been a long-term joke. 11 years later, we lose the joke. ...probably the next joke will be the ever-extending closure of that Legacy Trail section (essentially to pile more places for more vehicles pull across the non-motor-vehicle part of the path) near Nandino.

It took more than a decade and $2.6 million but on Monday, the Brighton Rail Trail bridge spanning Man O’War near the intersection of Liberty Road and Pink Pigeon Way … Click to Continue »

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