Romulus Huron River Pathway officially opens to public
|Eager bikers were on hand to be among the first to travel |
along the new Huron River Pathway officially
opened in Romulus last week.
Last week, the new pathway was officially opened to the public with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by city officials and the public. The path allows bike or foot travel from the I-275 Metro Trail into downtown Romulus. The Huron River Drive Pathway was constructed in partnership with the Michigan Department of Transportation with support from a $297,600 federal grant. The Romulus Downtown Development Authority provided another $100,000 toward funding of the project.
|Romulus city officials were on hand to cut the ribbon opening |
the Huron River Pathway to the public last week. The path connects
the I-275 Metro Trail to downtown Romulus.
The path is now open to the public and several eager bikers took the opportunity to be the first to utilize the new amenity as the ribbon was cut.