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The next-gen in U.S. protected bike lanes, this 8-mile trail connects some of downtown Indy's most popular cultural institutions. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is a prime example of a landscape "edge," which is often a linear interface between two spaces of a landscape that have different functions or physical characters. The trail, surfaced using interlocking concrete pavers, replaces what was once a brown field with a pedestrian friendly experience that includes bioswales for stormwater runoff. Read more about the Indianapolis Cultural Trail here or check out the video.