INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - What has been a decade in the making, finally opened.
The "get down on it" celebration officially opened the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Saturday morning. Four different high school marching bands came in from the four corners of the trial and met on Market Street.
Those who use the trail on a regular basis say it's good for Hoosiers to discover parts of the city. The trial is great for tourist's located just minutes from all the hotels in the downtown area.
Brian Payne told 24-Hour News 8 about the idea and how it grew over the years. Payne is the founder of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
"The trail kept growing along the way with other people's ideas and other people's support, and so the trail is now is significantly bigger and better than I was thinking of 12 years ago," Payne said. "It just kept growing."
Payne also says the trail now belongs to the people of Indianapolis and as a community, we need to take care of it.
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