• Sat August 08 2009
  • Posted Aug 8, 2009
Council Bluffs to Onawa IA The Lewis and Clark Multi-Use Trail is one of the five statewide significant bicycle trails identified by the Iowa DOT that could be completed in the next 20 years. This trail will extend from the South Dakota border at Sioux City to the Missouri border for a distance of approximately 150 miles. The purpose of this plan is to study route alternatives and recommend a specific route for official designation as Iowa’s Lewis and Clark Multi-Use Trail. A steering committee will be established jointly by the Iowa DOT and the consultant. This committee will provide overall guidance and direction for the study. Help us develop a master plan - take this short survey The Lewis and Clark bicentennial celebrations demonstrated the magic that this great exploration continues to hold for Americans of all ages. The Iowa DOT and its partners envision a network that knits together roads, trails, waterways, parks, and greenways to create contemporary experiences for modern-day explorers and, in the process, helps people discover the towns, businesses, museums, open spaces, and assets of western Iowa and surrounding regions. The prospect of this multi-use trail and the benefit it can bring to the region is exciting.

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