Over the years, Mason City's bike route network has grown to include 12 routes criss crossing the River City. But there's one missing link to that network.

Over the last few years, the City has been working on purchasing an abandoned railroad track and turning it into the High Line Trail. When fully built out, the line will connect the northern and southern portions of town, running from Line Creek Nature Center to a site near Georgia Hanford Park. The trail will also intersect many of the city's bike routes.

In a video announcement posted to the City's Facebook page on Tuesday, Mayor Bill Schickel said engineers will be studying the stability of two bridges along the route, which include the State Street and Willow Creek bridges.






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