Indianapolis Cultural Trail Receives $20.5 Million Grant

Indianapolis Cultural Trail logo

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is an urban bike and pedestrian trail that connects downtown neighborhoods, cultural districts and entertainment venues.  The grant will be used to complete the project which was started in 2007.

Wholesale District

If you visit downtown for the occasional shopping, dinner, show or sporting event, you've probably noticed signs labeling the five different cultural districts all connected by the Cultural TrailFountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave, The Canal& White River State Park, and the Wholesale District. The trail will also connect with the Monon Trail, allowing visitors easy access to Broad Ripple Village from downtown. 

White River State Park



In addition to the Cultural Trail enhancing the lives of Indianapolis residents and visitors, the grant will also bring jobs and stimulate downtown businesses.  We can't wait for a warm day to check out what has already been completed and are excited about the finished product, which is scheduled to be finished in time for our hosting of the Super Bowl!


Watch this video to learn more about your Indianapolis Cultural Trail -- what's already completed, what's to come and how it will enhance your future downtown experience!


Indianapolis Cultural Trail from Gail Payne on Vimeo.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsTonda & Steve Hoagland • February 20 2010 12:30PM


This grant wouldn't be part of the dreaded "Stimulus Pakage" would it? I thought that thing was a complete failure and didn't create one single job? :-) I'll let my business partner know about this. He's from the Indianapolis area and his parent's still live there. Thanks for the post and best of luck to you.
Posted by Jerry Murphy, CRS, SRES, Anthem, Phoenix, and Scottsdale AZ Real Estate (Long Realty West Valley) over 10 years ago

Yes, your government dollars hard at work!  I'm not too fond of the "Stimulus Package" either -- but I guess I may have to hold my tongue if this actually helps our area.  It's yet to be seen how many jobs it acutally produces!

Posted by Tonda & Steve Hoagland, Real Estate - Greenwood Homes for Sale - Central I (Keller Williams Realty) over 10 years ago

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