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Mission Statement

Build a 7.8-mile non-motorized hike/bike commuter and recreational trail, which will connect the Katy Trail to the Trinity River and provide Dallas citizens access to the Southwestern Medical District, Dallas Market Center, Stemmons Corridor businesses and the Design District.

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In 2002, a group of dedicated individuals formed the Friends of the Trinity Strand Trail to spearhead the planning, construction and enhancement of a 7.8 mile non-motorized hike and bike trail along the original Trinity River watercourse. The old Trinity River winds through the commercial areas just northwest of downtown Dallas between Stemmons Freeway and the now levied Trinity River floodway. This commuter and recreational trail will connect the Katy Trail to the Trinity River and also provide Dallas citizens access to the Southwestern Medical District, Dallas Market Center, Stemmons Corridor businesses and the Dallas Design District.

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