The ITC Corridor Trail is depicted on the City’s 2011 Non-Motorized Master Plan. It will provide a non-motorized recreation link traversing the entire City of Novi from north to south. Ultimately, this trail will link regional facilities – such as Maybury Park, the I-275 Corridor and Hines Park – in the neighboring communities of Northville, Livonia and Westland with parks in Novi.
Once the ITC Corridor Trail is complete, park enthusiasts will be able to hike and bicycle between different parks and communities instead of risking sharing traffic lanes with larger motor vehicles or packing their equipment into their own motorized vehicle. This project will allow people to get between parks and to our local communities safely while improving their personal health and cutting back on motorized vehicle emissions. This corridor strengthens the local economy, helps to build sustainable communities and improves the quality of life by creating new recreational opportunities. The trail is an important link in the overall plan for linking recreation throughout the state.
2018: Nine Mile-to-11 Mile Road Phase (formerly Phase 1B & 2) running from Nine Mile and Garfield Roads north to 11 Mile and Medilodge Connector.
October 2017: The ITC CSP Trail running from Eight Mile at southeast corner of ITC Community Sports Park north to the northeast corner of ITC CSP was completed.
Fall 2016: Phase 3B is complete, continuing along St. John Providence Park Hospital’s southern border from Medilodge Connector to Beck Road.
August 23, 2016
Phase 1A of the trail is fully complete, with the boardwalk open between ITC Community Sports Park and running northeast to Nine Mile and Garfield Roads.
June 10, 2016
Phase 1A boardwalk support poles were installed as part of the path running from ITC Community Sports Park northeast to Nine Mile and Garfield Roads.
Maybury Connector was completed at Eight Mile by the Road Commission for Oakland County.
Phase 3A (ie. Medilodge Connector) was completed, running north from 11 Mile (east of Wixom Road) about 1/3 of a mile and then east to St. John Providence Park Hospital boundary.