CWATS trail hits halfway mark
File photo of a bike silhouette at sunset in Windsor, Ont., on June 29, 2015. (Rich Garton / CTV Windsor)
WINDSOR -- The County of Essex is halfway to its goal of making it easier to get active.
The county has already built 415 kilometres of pedestrian or cycling infrastructure.
That’s more than halfway to their goal of 800 kms from when they first launched their County Wide Active Transportation System in 2012.
They have big plans to keep things moving full steam ahead.