Day 129: Louisville Loop’s Next Phase

12 05 2010

Yesterday, Louisville Loop organizers held a public meeting to unveil the plans for the northeast section of the loop, which will add 15 more miles to the loop and will connect some of the most heavily-developed areas of the county with the existing loop.

The addition will extend into a dozen communities, link six TARC (bus) routes and four parks. Some residents expressed concern over the safety of some areas of the loop, so city planners will review resident’s suggestions. A final route is expected to be finished by the end of the month. Finding funding will be the next step in the process.

More information about yesterday’s meeting is available at the Courier-Journal’s website and WHAS TV. You can view the entire draft plan of the loop here (PDF files) and a map here.

I’m excited about the next phase of the Loop. I don’t ride in that part of town very often because the traffic along River Road is pretty crazy, so I’m looking forward to a safer option once this section of the Loop gets completed.

Today’s food journal:

Breakfast:
— Chocolate Mint Builder Bar = 270 cal.

Lunch:
— Grilled cheese on whole wheat = 431
— 1 cup potato chips = 150
— Iced tea = 0

Snack:
— 4 bite-size Reece’s peanut butter cups = 144
— 5 bite-size Tootsie Rolls = 117

Dinner:
— Grilled chicken sandwich = 262
— 1 cup potato salad = 358
— Iced tea = 0

Life is a journey. Enjoy the ride!

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12 10 2010
Day 282: Louisville Loop community meeting, Oct. 19 @ 5:30 « Cyclingproject365

[…] Day 282: Louisville Loop community meeting, Oct. 19 @ 5:30 12 10 2010 Louisville area residents will have an opportunity to give their opinion on the next phase of the Louisville Loop. A community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 5:30 p.m. at Farnsley-Moreman Landing (7410 Moorman Road). The meeting will start with an open house at 5:30, showing maps and information about the southwest phase of the Loop: the Pond Creek corridor and potential ecological restoration areas. This area is bounded by the Jefferson Memorial Forest on the south, the Ohio River Levee Trail on the west, Third Street Road on the north, and National Turnpike on the east. (I previously talked about the northeast section of the loop in a post back in May.) […]

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