New bike trail extension opens in South Sioux City, NE

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SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Nebraska (KTIV) – A new bike trail is giving kids a safer route to and from school in South Sioux City, Nebraska.

The Atokad Bike Trail officially opened for cyclists Friday morning.

The new route is an extension of a long trail in South Sioux City that now extends to 22 miles in length.

The total cost was $324,600.

“We think this is a nice step for South Sioux City to grow positively to attract people to come here and we are going to continue to build trails like this and make it a better place to live,” Rod Koch, South Sioux City Mayor.

Koch says he hopes one day there will be a trail to connect the tri-state areas of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.

Danielle Saitta

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