The Louisville Loop is a planned 100-mile shared-use path corridor planned to circle the city of Louisville and connect its many neighborhoods, communities, historic, and cultural sites. Portions have been built along the Ohio River, on the levee in southwest Louisville, Floyds Fork and portions across southern Louisville. Planning has been completed on all segments of the Loop except the stretch that will connect Prospect back to the Big Four bridge. Several past studies have identified potential routes through this portion of the city, but currently there is no master plan for this portion of the Loop. Throughout 2014 and the Spring of 2015, Metro Louisville will be working with residents and community stakeholders to identify the best route for the Louisville Loop as it connects Prospect to the Big Four bridge and they want to hear from you! There are several ways that residents can keep informed and provide input into the planning process. Check this website often for updates and project materials to review. Project updates will also be posted regularly on the Louisville Loop Facebook Page. There will also be a number of public meetings, focus group meetings, and individual stakeholder meetings. To request a meeting or to request to be included on one of the project’s focus groups, send an email to email@example.com. Help us plan the final leg of the Louisville Loop!
The Louisville Metro Division of Transportation and Louisville Metro Parks has released the final master plan report for the Ohio River Valley Northeast (ORVNE) segment of the Louisville Loop. The master plan is a culmination of an extensive community planning process to determine potential routes for the Loop between the Big Four Bridge and Prospect. The master plan and all plan appendices can be viewed under the Project Information tab on the project website. For more information, contact Erika Nelson at (502) 456-3256 or Erika.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The public meeting materials from the May 22, 2017 public meeting are now available on the project website (www.linkingtheloop.wordpress.com). Residents can view the meeting presentation, review the illustrative exhibits presented at the meeting, and download a public comment form to provide input and feedback. Please send comments to email@example.com. You can also view the public comments received from the meeting (comments received through June 6, 2017).
Louisville Metro is completing a planning study for the future route of the Louisville Loop route between the City of Prospect and the Big Four Bridge – the Ohio River Northeast (ORVNE) Master Plan. This section of the Loop is the last remaining section without an adopted master plan.
Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation will be hosting a third and final public meeting for the project on Monday, May 22 from 6:00-8:00 pm at Locust Grove, 561 Blankenbaker Lane, Louisville, KY 40207. The meeting will be an open house format with an overview presentation of the plan at 6:00 pm. Residents are invited to view exhibits about the project and provide feedback on the plan’s recommendations.
For more information, contact Erika Nelson at (502) 456-3256 or Erika.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two additional working sessions have been scheduled to allow local residents to work with the planning team to determine and evaluate potential routes for this section of the Loop. Both working sessions will be held on April 15, 2015. The first session will be held in the afternoon from 1:00-3:00 pm at the Prospect City Hall, 9200 US Highway 42 Prospect, KY 40059.
A second session will be held in the evening from 6:00-8:00pm at the Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St, Louisville, KY 40206. Please join us for one or both! To sign up, send an email to email@example.com.
If you weren’t able to attend our March 24 public meeting at Locust Grove, the meeting materials are now available online. Just go to the “Public Meeting Materials” tab to view the presentation and the exhibits from the second meeting.