Be NOT fooled, this is about much more than bike trails. This IS U.N. Agenda 21.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — The Red Rock Ridge & Valley Trail System — a visionary, long-term plan for knitting Jefferson County together with a massive network of bike lanes, sidewalks and greenways — was unveiled for a crowd of close to 400 people who filled the Steiner Auditorium of the Birmingham Museum of Art tonight.
Maps and information about the proposed network — available for close examination on the Web at the Red Rock Ridge & Valley website — includes as many as 250 hundred miles of proposed greenways and trails and 500 miles of street-based bicycle and pedestrian paths.
Six corridors along creeks and rivers form the principal arteries of the proposed network, but the routes extend deep into individual neighborhoods, linking schools and churches, parks and downtowns. Trails would connect attractions from Ruffner Mountain to Railroad and Red Mountain Parks. A greenway would follow the path of the Cahaba River from Trussville through Hoover. Spurs would extend to Clay in the northeast and southwest to Bessemer.
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