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Edinburg Cano Hike and Bike Trail Improvements

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 The City of Edinburg officially unveiled 115 solar lights along the trail, strategically spaced approximately 50 feet apart to eliminate dark spots and promote a safer outdoor experience for all trail users. Image courtesy of the City of Edinburg
The City of Edinburg officially unveiled 115 solar lights along the trail, strategically spaced approximately 50 feet apart to eliminate dark spots and promote a safer outdoor experience for all trail users. Image courtesy of the City of Edinburg

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The City of Edinburg announced the successful completion of a significant project that will greatly benefit the community in Edinburg and enhance the safety and accessibility of the Cano Hike & Bike Trail. The City of Edinburg officially unveiled 115 solar lights along the trail, strategically spaced approximately 50 feet apart to eliminate dark spots and promote a safer outdoor experience for all trail users.

One of the Solar lights that now outline the path. Image courtesy of the City of Edinburg

The installation of these solar lights was made possible through a collaboration between the City of Edinburg and the Rio Grande Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization, with vital funding support from the Texas Department of Transportation’s Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside (TASA) Program. The total project cost of $483,750 demonstrates the dedication of all involved parties in extending the usable park hours and prioritizing the well-being of the community members who utilize the trail.

Edinburg Mayor Ramiro Garza and others at the ribbon cutting. Image courtesy of the City of Edinburg
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