Behind The Brickline Greenway

Behind The Brickline Greenway

Discover how the Brickline Greenway is connecting St. Louis to a future of equity, growth, sustainability and potential. Imagine a communal space that transcends boundaries. An open and welcoming area that invites discovery and exploration. A visionary project shaped and modeled from the voices of the people who will use it each and every day. This is the Brickline Greenway - the latest project in Great Rivers Greenway's regional network.

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June 11, 2021 8 min

Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS' Heidi Glaus & Josh Gilbert about how the Brickline Greenway project originated in the 1990s (initially called the Chouteau Greenway), how a regional collaboration reignited the project in 2017 to conduct an international design competition, how the scope has expanded, why it was renamed, and how it continues to progress through partne...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, and Taulby Roach, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bi-State Development, talk with KTRS' John Carney and Julie Buck about one of many partnerships working to bring the Brickline Greenway to life – the partnership with Bi-State Development to give people more options for ways to get around town. Whether that’s commuting or exploring, MetroLink, Met...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, and Will Strang, Community Engagement Manager at Grand Center, talk with KTRS' Jennifer Blome and Wendy Wiese about how the Brickline Greenway can offers us a continuous experience, connecting major destinations and everyday places in between. This encourages all-day adventures and spontaneous exploration where we can discover shops, museums, restaurants,...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway,  along with Asima Jansveld, Vice President of the High Line Network (www.network.thehighline.org), talk with KTRS' McGraw Milhaven and Julie Buck about The High Line Network - a group of infrastructure reuse projects – and the people who are helping them come to life.  The Brickline Greenway is one of 37 member projects across the country that meet regula...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, is on KTRS' The Big Sports Show discussing the breadth of partnerships with all different types of organizations and neighbors coming together throughout this project. With many partners, Brickline Greenway will be a dynamic public asset, largely on literal common ground. Working with the City of St. Louis and countless neighborhoods, businesses, federal,...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, and Sam Fiorello, President and CEO at Cortex Innovation Community, talk with KTRS' Heidi Glaus & Josh Gilbert about how the Brickline Greenway can help spur equitable economic development of all sizes along the greenway, while attracting talent to St. Louis & innovation districts like Cortex and offering a variety of transportation options for co...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS' John Carney and Julie Buck about how public art along the Brickline Greenway can help unearth hidden histories, celebrate communities and spark conversation.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS' Jennifer Blome and Wendy Wiese about how greenways play an important role in our region's ecology and conservation efforts.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway,  along with Troy Guzman, Director of Brand and Graphic Design for Arcturis (www.arcturis.com/), talk with KTRS' McGraw Milhaven and Julie Buck about the importance of 'placemaking' along the Brickline Greenway. How could the space get activated and brought to life? How can we encourage people to interact with it and with each other?
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Emma Klues (VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway) and David Newburger (Commissioner for the Office on the Disabled of the City of St. Louis) are on KTRS' The Big Sports Show to talk about making sure the Brickline Greenway not only adheres to ADA mandates, but goes beyond to follow universal design principles. For the greenway to be welcoming and accessible to all ages and abilities, the project team is ...

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS' Heidi Glaus & Josh Gilbert about the things we can can all do when we're out on any of the 128+ miles of greenways regionwide to make sure everyone has a great experience.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, and local resident & daily bicycle commuter Kelly Hogan talk with KTRS' Jennifer Blome and Wendy Wiese about how the greenways are a great alternative option for people to commute to & from work - and many other destinations!
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, is on KTRS' The Big Sports Show offering a variety of ideas for people to get out and use our region's greenways - plus how the new Brickline Greenway will connect destinations, big & small, through the City of St. Louis.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, and Brian Phillips, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Washington University Medical Center, talk with KTRS' John Carney and Julie Buck about how the Brickline Greenway can be a catalyst for equitable economic development in nearby neighborhoods.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, on KTRS' Carney & Buck Show, shares a bit of history of the Brickline Greenway project to-date - including the international design competition, its name change (from the previous Chouteau Greenway),  how it will be funded through a public-private partnership, and the connections it will make throughout the city.
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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS' McGraw Milhaven and Kelly Jackson about the importance of talking with neighbors and local partners, and how the community is involved in the process of making the Brickline Greenway.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS'  Heidi Glaus & Josh Gilbert about the Brickline Greenway and what it means for St. Louis.
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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Emma Klues, VP of Communications & Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway, talks with KTRS'  McGraw Milhaven and Kelly Jackson about the public organization's mission, the greenway network of 128+ miles throughout the greater St. Louis region, and the new Brickline Greenway project in St. Louis city that is currently in development. 
Learn more and get involved at bricklinegreenway.org.

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