Washtenaw County is seeking feedback on improving the Border-to-Border Trail

WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – Washtenaw County is seeking public feedback to improve its border-to-border trail system.

The Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission would like to hear from residents about their experiences along the way. In particular, the Parks and Recreation Commission is interested in better understanding how people access B2B, how non-motorized trails are used, and what trail preferences they have.

The survey contains 19 questions and takes about five minutes.

Respondents are asked to answer questions such as: B. Their preferred route section, how to get there, and what experiences or amenities would encourage them to explore beyond their typical route.

Entrants can provide their contact information to win a B2B trucker hat.

The Park and Recreation Commission is preparing for another season of expanding the hiking trails throughout the district. On the west side of the county, tree logging and subsequent cleanup is under way, and preparations are being made to improve the hiking trails on the Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor sections.

Details will be announced once the construction plans are completed and the schedules are projected.

Seasonal initiatives along the B2B Trail this spring include the recent removal of numerous invasive plants and shrubs to clear sight lines around the 90-degree curve of the Chelsea-Stockbridge Corridor through the M-52 and along the nearby trail of Green Lake to improve.

The tree removal, which improved visibility of a small pond north of a pedestrian tunnel, was completed by county staff in collaboration with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

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