The Regional Veloweb is a network of existing and planned off-street shared-use paths (trails) designed for use by bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized forms of alternative transportation in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metropolitan area. The network of shared-use paths serves as a system of off-road transportation facilities for bicyclists and other users to extend and complement the region’s roadway and passenger rail transit network.
The regional transportation network has approximately 320 miles of exiting paths, and it’s expected to reach 1,728 miles by 2035. The Regional Veloweb is planned for 12 counties and over 115 cities in North Texas. It’s the “interstate” for bicyclists and pedestrians.
March 17, 2015: Preview the newest attraction for walkers and cyclists. The southern section of the Campión Trail will connect with Grand Prairie's Lone Star Trail by this summer. A Dallas County grant is funding the project.