Planners Expecting Summer Of Construction On Razorback Greenway

Posted: March 22, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Jose Hernandez, left, and Javier Cisneros, both with Boulder Construction in Fayetteville, spread a gravel base Friday while preparing to pour concrete for a trail extension east of College Avenue near Lake Fayetteville.

SPRINGDALE -- The final contract will soon be let to build the Northwest Arkansas Razorback Greenway, and other parts of the trail are under construction or about to open.

Meeting Information

Bike, Walking Session Set

The group working on the state’s bike and pedestrian transportation plan will host a public input session April 3 at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale and will meet with regional planners April 4 at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission offices in Springdale. The state’s present plan dates from 1998.

Source: Staff Report

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