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The County Border: Where Footpaths End

The County Border: Where Footpaths End
The suburban doughnut counties have had a long reputation as an area that is hospitable to vehicular traffic, and not much else.  Carmel has been fighting that reputation for decades now, but how are the other areas in the region faring? In some instances, better than Marion County. Let’s look at one example from each of the four major borders that Marion County has.  First up, Hendricks County: The slightly angled paved stretch marked in orange is the B & O Trail. A small portion of the trail has been completed towards Raceway Road, where it stops abruptly. Indianapolis is not planning on...
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