Join us in Indianapolis on April 30 – May 1 for a deep dive into the internationally acclaimed Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick, an 8-mile linear park and bicycle and pedestrian path that has had a $1 billion impact on the local economy. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail and Pacers Bikeshare were highlighted in the NYT article ‘36 Hours in Indianapolis‘ and ‘52 places to visit in 2014‘, and Vogues’ ‘Don’t call them flyover cities: Why you should visit Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Oklahoma City’
We’ll start with an afternoon, behind the scenes, in-depth, tour of the Cultural Trail on Monday, April 30th followed by a discussion and drinks, 3:00pm-6:30pm.
On Tuesday morning, May 1st, we will kick off our in-depth look at the Cultural Trail with presentations, panels, and discussion, including:
— Panel discussions with Cultural Trail design and engineering team, City staff and curatorial advisor
— Presentations on how the Cultural Trail came to life and it’s initial economic impact
— Cultural Trail management best practices and policy recommendations
Location: Cummins Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters, 301 E Market St, Indpls, IN
Early bird pricing ends March 18th. Space is limited – register soon to reserve your spot.
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail symposium is taking place the day before the PlacesForBikes conference so that people can take advantage of both events in downtown Indianapolis the week of April 30 – May 3, 2018.
Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc, a 501(c)(3) organization, exists to enrich lives and connect people and places through dynamic and beautiful experiences and uses the Indianapolis Cultural Trail and Pacers Bikeshare program as a catalyst for economic growth.