The 2009 Land Use and Transportation Plan contains a section on Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning. Changes have occurred and this page offers recommends relative to this plan.
Proposed Paved Shoulders
Jenkins Road is a very popular route for bicyclists. Longview Drive due to its steep elevation change is not. Motor traffic on this road is light.
Existing Multi-Use Path
Not shown on the plan is the Sumner County Greenway Trail connecting with Long Hollow Pike at the north running south for about a mile along Station Camp Creek before crossing and connecting with Lower Station Camp Rd.
Proposed Multi-Use Path
The plan shows a trail the runs along Station Camp Creek. It would be an extension of Sumner County's Station Camp Creek Greenway. However, since the trail run through a rock quarry, it is not likely to be an attractive setting.
It also shows a section north of Long Hollow Pike. With absence of obvious connections it not likely to see much bike use.
Proposed Multi-Use Path and Wide-Outside Lanes
Saundersville Rd is popular with local bicyclists and pedestrians who use the road's narrow shoulder. It is a key connector between multi-use trails in Henderson- ville, Sumner County, and Gallatin.
The Saudersville Road improvements suggested in the Plan are highly recommended.
Other Plan improvements on Jenkins Rd and Proposed Multi-Use paths are unnecessary for the foreseeable future.
No improvements are needed on Longview Dr.