Fayetteville committee considering trails plan

Posted: November 1, 2017 at 1:04 a.m.

File Photo/NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. WAMPLER A large crane is used to hoist a bridge 130 feet long and 12 feet wide to place over Cato Springs Branch in Fayetteville on Aug. 30. The 3-mile Cato Springs Trail will extend the Razorback Greenway to Kessler Mountain Regional Park. Construction of the trail is scheduled to wrap by the end of the year.

FAYETTEVILLE -- The city's Transportation Advisory Committee will take a look at proposed trail connections through 2023 during tonight's meeting.

Proposed trail construction projects

2018

• Clabber Creek Trail (Van Asche): Gregg Avenue to Razorback Greenway

• Niokaska Creek Trail: Mud Creek Trail to Gulley Park

• Niokaska Creek Trail: Old Wire Road, Mission Boulevard to Gulley Park

• Old Farmington Trail: Walnut Crossing

• Rupple Road Trail: Mount Comfort Road to Starry Night View

• Tsa La Gi Trail: Beechwood Avenue to Razorback Road

• Total: 4.8 miles

2019

• Mission Boulevard Trail: Viewpoint Drive to Rush Drive

• Clabber Creek Trail: Holcomb School to Van Asche Drive

• Rupple Road Trail: Wedington Drive to Hamestring Creek

• Total: 4.08 miles

2020

• Hamestring Creek Trail: Salem Road to Rupple Road, connection to Bryce Davis Park

• Shiloh Trail: Moore Lane to Hamestring Trail

• Hamestring Trail Bridge: Hamestring Trail to Woodridge Drive

• St. Paul Trail: Razorback Greenway to St. Paul Trail

• Total: 3.31 miles

2021

• Shiloh Trail (includes cycle track): Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Regional Park

• Owl Creek Trail: Shiloh Trail to Broyles Road

• Total: 3.21 miles

2022

• Tsa La Gi Trail along MLK Jr. Boulevard: Rupple Road to I-49

• Shiloh Trail: Hamestring Creek Trail to MLK Jr. Boulevard

• Total — 3.34 miles

2023

• St. Paul Trail: Armstrong Avenue to Dead Horse Mountain Road, includes bridge over White River

• Drake Street (includes cycle track): Gordon Long Park to College Avenue, includes bridge over Scull Creek)

• Regional Park Loop Trail: Kessler Mountain Regional Park

• Total: 3.12 miles

Source: City of Fayetteville

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