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East Alabama city plans a path forward for new trail system

Oak Mountain trail

Opelika is developing a new a system of pedestrian and bicycle paths.

The Opelika-Auburn News reports that the Opelika City Council recently voted to hire a Birmingham firm to develop a master plan for the path system.

City Planning Director Matt Mosley says the aim is to create a network of paths that get people where they want to go. City Engineer Scott Parker says the project is separate from the Creekline Trails multipurpose path plan.

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