The Brickline Greenway is a public-private partnership designed to transform St. Louis by connecting people and the city’s most treasured places.

This urban greenway is a network of accessible paths and aspires to become part of St. Louisans’ everyday experience, connecting them to their schools, workplaces, neighborhoods, civic and cultural institutions and new spaces along the way. Part of the growing 128-mile network of greenways in the three-county region, this project proposes up to 20 miles of greenway connections through 17 neighborhoods. The roadmap for this project calls for deep community engagement, innovation in governance, art at its core, sustainability strategies and equitable practices, serving as a catalyst for economic growth and opportunities for all.

Project Details

Infrastructure Type Public Streets
Status Open / Ongoing
Opening 1st segment: July 2018
2nd segment: 2022
Future segments to be completed in 5 to 10 years
Size 20 miles
Design Team ALTA, Bruce Mau Design, Damon Davis / Heart Ache + Paint, David Mason and Associates, Lamar Johnson Collaborative, Marlon Blackwell Architects, Hood Design Studio

Great Rivers Greenway in partnership with the City of St. Louis and other partners

Project Leader Susan Trautman

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