The Liberty Township Trails Plan, established in Section 5.2 of the 2013 Comprehensive Vision Plan, seeks to improve quality of life and encourage pride in the community by establishing a network of safe paths and sidewalks to connect subdivisions, parks, businesses, schools, and other community destinations.
Bike & Pedestrian Network Map
The map below is for illustrative purposes only. This map is reflective of the proposed Trails Plan network (2013 Comprehensive Vision Plan), the 2002 OKI Miami2Miami Connection Feasibility Study, and the current bicycle and pedestrian network that exists in Liberty Township. Click on the map to enlarge as a .PDF version.
In working to realize the Trails Plan, Liberty Township has a Trails Committee which meets on a quarterly basis at the Liberty Township Meeting Center (6400 Princeton Road) at 6 p.m. For questions, comments, or interest in attending these meetings, please contact Mark Elma by emailor by calling 513-759-7500.
Miami2Miami Connection Feasibility Study
The Miami2Miami Connection is a proposed 84 mile trail system made up of a combination of 10-feet wide separate trails, 5-feet wide bike lanes on roadways, and signed shared roadways to connect the Great Miami River Path (existing and proposed) with the existing Little Miami Scenic Trail. The multi-use trail system will offer transportation and recreation opportunities for walking/jogging, cycling, skating, and wheelchair use. Two basic east-west alternatives and three north-south connector alternatives were identified. One of the east-west alternatives aligns through Liberty Township, which will positions the township to connect conveniently to the larger regional trails network.