The IBM Connector trail as it is called will once again start work and be complete in 2013. This trail will be another piece to the puzzle of trail works around the Boulder area. It appears that connecting existing trails together is the latest focus by the transportation department and trail users. Below the Daily Camera provides more information
The new trail connection -- known as the IBM Trail Connector because it passes through a conservation easement on IBM's property near 63rd Street and Diagonal Highway -- has been part of Boulder's long-range plan for more than 20 years, according to a city memo on the connector.
It will connect the Cottontail Trail east of the Diagonal to the Boulder Reservoir Trail on the north side of 63rd. It also will form a portion of the Longmont-Boulder trail and fills a gap in the "Trail Around Boulder."
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Section of IBM Connector shown with the "Open 2013"