Pickaway Trail Scioto River Bridge
We want to hear from you! The Pickaway County Park District is proposing to create a pedestrian Bridge over the Scioto River to connect the City of Circleville to Canal Park and the Pickaway Trail, which is planned to run from New Holland into Circleville in the future. This bridge would be on the existing railroad corridor and on the existing railroad abutments. Having this bridge would allow pedestrians and bikes to cross the river to access more trails and to connect to the City.
How important it is to you to have the Pickaway Trail and Canal Park connected to the City of Circleville over a dedicated pedestrian Bridge over the Scioto River? Rate from 1 to 10 (1 being not important, 10 being most important) *
Not Important
Very Important
How much do you use Canal Park and its trails, including the Pickaway Trail? Rate from 1 to 10 (1 being not at all, 10 being very often) *
Not Important
Very Important
The Park District has plans for new trails on the east side of the Scioto River across from Canal Park. How much more likely are you to visit Canal Park's trails, and the Pickaway Trail if there was a dedicated pedestrian bridge over the Scioto River? Rate from 1 to 10 (1 being not Likely, 10 being most Likely) *
Not Likely
Very Likely
The Park District has two options that you can see below in the photo. The first is to build a dedicated pedestrian bridge over the Scioto River that would directly connect Canal Park and the Pickaway trail with the City of Circleville. The other would be to route walkers, jogger and bicycles across the existing vehicle bridge on US 22 and down mill and Canal Road to connect to the park and trail.
Dedicated pedestrian bridge over the Scioto River OPTION 1
Existing US 22 vehicle bridge and the existing roadway - OPTION 2
Which option do you prefer the Park District pursue, The dedicated pedestrian bridge over the Scioto River or making use of the existing US 22 vehicle bridge and the existing roadway? *
Please share any other thoughts or comments below.
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy