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Two New B2B Segments Open In August

On the east side of Washtenaw County…

A new segment of the Border To Border Trail is now open in Ypsilanti Township along the south side of Grove Road from Bridge Road, east to Snow Road (map link at This ½ mile B2B segment, which also passes right in front of Rawsonville Elementary School (and will allow children to safely walk or bike to school), is in the future planned to extend further east to Rawsonville Road. There, the plan is to connect the B2B Trail with a new Wayne County pathway that will go north of Ford Lake into Bellville and then east to join up with the north end of Lower Huron Metropark. All segments are planned to be off-road. The total distance from Rawsonville Road east to Lower Huron Metropark (where connection off-road trails can take you to Lake Erie Metropark) is 6 miles.

And on the west side of Washtenaw County…

On August 27th, a Trail segment “grand opening” was held on a 2.1 mile segment, from Freer Road in Chelsea east to Lima Center Road. The actual trail is located on the south side of the railroad tracks with a project map available by clicking here

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