Indiana Multimodal

Corridor Project

Project Overview:

The Indiana Multimodal Corridor Project (IMMC) is the development of an approx. 1.5 mile biking and walking corridor that connects the Hoodlebug Trail, the campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), Downtown Indiana / Main Street. The aim of the project is the construction of safe and accessible links for bicyclists and pedestrians to travel in the community between the trail, campus, downtown, schools, and other local destinations. The project’s  cost is $400,000.


Due to the geography, there are 3 municipal partners (Indiana Borough, White Township, Indiana County) and Indiana University of Pennsylvania (referred to as project partners).  A Steering Committee (SC) was appointed with one representative from each of the project partners. The project was completed in December 2019.




Rules of the Road - San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

For The Love of Cycling - SubCultures

Overcoming Your Fears - Urban Biking

Pittsburgh's Mayor Peduto Wants to "Leapfrog" Your City in Bicycling & Livability

Plan Documents:

Preliminary Engineering Study 2015
Bike Lanes Mean Business

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Phone:  (724) 465-3870

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801 Water St.

Indiana, PA 15701-1705

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