New plan uncovers design possibilities outcomes for sprawling greenway in St. Louis

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The organizers behind the Chouteau Greenway are requesting that people in general think of another name.

The plan for the project calls for associating Forest Park to the Arch, Fairground Park to Tower Grove Park.

Organizers released new structure plans of what the proposed sprawling greenway will resemble once finished.

The renderings are simply ideas and won’t be the last design, yet they help comprehend the vision for the multi-million dollar project.

“What we wanted to do is come up with some colorful ideas to help people understand what could happen, what a greenway might look like,” said Susan Trautman, CEO of Great Rivers Greenway.

Great Rivers Greenway has made 121 miles of trails and ways all through the St. Louis district and this undertaking would change the city. Also, with the structure presently set up with where precisely this new scenic route system will go, they are looking for another name.

Those behind the undertaking state they are searching for a name that is simpler to state and is progressively significant to everybody.

To present a thought for a name, click here. The quantity of passages per individual are boundless and thoughts can be submitted through the finish of January.

As they work to rename the task, Trautman saied they are pushing ahead. In the coming months they will raise assets for design and the securing of certain parts including a raised rail line over Vandeventor which would help associate the current scenic route at Cortex to significant advancement in Midtown like the Foundry and the Armory.

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