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Construction is underway and about sixty percent complete on a new universal multiuse hard surface blacktop pathway in the City of Flint along the Flint River. This facility, the Flint River Kettering Trail, was provided $1.017 million from the stimulus fund (American Recovery and Investment Act).

The Flint River Kettering Extension is the first major non-motorized transportation facility to be constructed in years within the City of Flint. This trail will become a major connection to other similar projects to be constructed within Flint.

Look for a ribbon cutting Late Summer – Early Fall, 2010. Many other pathway projects are also under design, construction, or funding consideration throughout the county.



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