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The Third Avenue viaduct was an infrastructure project decades in the making. Before that, travelers had to cross the tangle of Union Pacific tracks at street level. The upgrade, which opened in August 2018, included concrete path between 8th and 19th streets, ensuring safe passage over the tracks for not just drivers, but for cyclists and pedestrians too.
The Third Avenue Viaduct Path is part of the city's network of trails, known as CART (Columbus Area Recreational Trails). At present though, it doesn't connect to the other existing trails.
There is no dedicated parking for this trail.
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