September 4, 2014 - 9:10am
Louisville Recognized as Bicycling-Friendly City
Bicycling Magazine is right on: Louisville is making big progress toward bike-friendliness, in both public and private projects.
Louisville has made Bicycling Magazine’s biennial list of the 50 Best U.S. Cities for Biking again.
September 26, 2012 - 7:07pm
Louisville Loop photo
The Loop offers adventure, discovery and exercise for the whole family.
Personal safety concerns have kept me from the completed portion of the Louisville Loop paved near my home for months. With its 100-mile span of discernible solitude, I imagine people lurking in the woods waiting for prey. I could never feel safe running the Loop alone, and at one time when I...
February 9, 2011 - 6:00pm
Louisville Loop benefits from millions of Federal dollars to help us get slim.
A little over $800,000 of a $7.9 million Centers for Disease Control grant is being used to develop and implement signage for the Louisville Loop. On Tuesday night, February 8, a public meeting was held at Farnsley-Moremen Riverside to get input on the plans.  
January 21, 2011 - 3:19pm
From fitness enthusiasts to bike commuters, citizens are needed at the next Loop public meeting to address signage, accessibility, and safety along the 23 miles of completed pathways. Metro Parks is relying on public discourse to make improvements as its officials move forward. The date of this event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 8, 2011.
Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing, a 300-acre historic Louisville site operated by Metro Parks, is hosting a public meeting for the next phase in the planning of the Louisville Loop, a nearly 100-mile shared-use path that will eventually surround the entire Metro.
January 20, 2011 - 3:23pm
From fitness enthusiasts to bike commuters, citizens are needed at the next Loop public meeting to address signage, accessibility, and safety along the 23 miles of completed pathways. Metro Parks is relying on public discourse to make improvements as its officials move forward.
Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing, a 300-acre historic Louisville site operated by Metro Parks, is hosting a public meeting for the next phase in the planning of the Louisville Loop, a nearly 100-mile shared-use path that will eventually surround the entire Metro.