- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

ROME, Ga. (AP) - Community leaders in Rome are considering a plan that would connect college campuses in the area with bike and pedestrian trails.

The Rome News-Tribune reports (https://bit.ly/1tebWh8) that connecting the campuses is a key part of an updated bike and pedestrian transportation plan presented to Rome and Floyd County residents Tuesday night.

Officials said the plan will be refined based on public comment received at Tuesday night’s meeting before it is formally submitted to Rome and Floyd County officials.

Rome is home to Berry College; Shorter University; Georgia Highlands College; and Georgia Northwestern Technical College.


Information from: Rome News-Tribune, https://www.romenews-tribune.com

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