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File #: 22-0248    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Report Status: Filed
File created: 10/15/2021 In control: Capital Development Committee
On agenda: 5/10/2022 Final action: 6/14/2022
Title: REPORT Department: Department of Planning and Development Request: Receive and File Report Title: Trail Capital Plan & Guiding Principles Report Period: N/A Summary: Trails are one of the Forest Preserves' greatest assets. This report builds on the Forest Preserves' 2014 Trail Master Plan and supports the goals of the pending Cook County Bike Plan. It includes new information on existing trail condition along with key recommendations for maintaining, upgrading and expanding the current system. New guiding principles emphasize the need to invest more capital funding in maintenance while continuing to update the system to address new challenges, fill in gaps in the regional system and expand access to forest preserve trails in a strategic way.
Indexes: ARNOLD RANDALL, General Superintendent
Attachments: 1. Trail Capital Plan & Guiding Principles
Related files: 14-0127

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REPORT

 

Department:  Department of Planning and Development

 

Request:  Receive and File

 

Report Title:  Trail Capital Plan & Guiding Principles

 

Report Period:  N/A 

 

Summary:  Trails are one of the Forest Preserves’ greatest assets. This report builds on the Forest Preserves’ 2014 Trail Master Plan and supports the goals of the pending Cook County Bike Plan. It includes new information on existing trail condition along with key recommendations for maintaining, upgrading and expanding the current system. New guiding principles emphasize the need to invest more capital funding in maintenance while continuing to update the system to address new challenges, fill in gaps in the regional system and expand access to forest preserve trails in a strategic way. 

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