The master plan for the Busch Greenway calls for a continuous corridor from the KATY Trail on the south and the Dardenne Greenway in St. Charles County to the north. The greenway will continue from where it currently ends at Highway D, through the August A. Busch Conservation Area to the Dardenne Greenway near Barat Haven.
The Busch Greenway (paved) currently stretches 4.75 miles from the KATY Trail to Missouri Research Park to August A. Busch Conservation Area at Highway D. It also completes a 13.1-mile loop linking the greenway with the Hamburg Trail and KATY Trail (unpaved).
Future plans include an extension through the August A. Busch Conservation Area that will connect to Dardenne Greenway: BaratHaven. This project is expected to begin in the next five years.
It will also connect to the Missouri River Greenway via the KATY Trail when the new span of the Daniel Boone Bridge is complete. You will be able to walk or ride a bike on a new separated bicycle/pedestrian pathway and connect to the Missouri River Greenway (paved) on the Monarch Chesterfield Levee in St. Louis County.