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PedNet project list

Saturday, May 5, 2007 | 7:20 a.m. CDT; updated 3:32 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The nonmotorized pilot program unfolding in Columbia includes spending for the following construction projects:

TRAILS

• County House Trail from Twin Lakes Recreation area to Stadium Boulevard

• Hinkson Creek Trail connection to Greenbriar Drive

• Bear Creek Trail connection to Vanderveen subdivision

• MKT connection to Missouri Athletic Center at Forum Boulevard

• MU campus from Hinkson Avenue to the MU Rec Trail

• MKT connection to Katy Place apartments

• Bear Creek Trail connection to Alaska Court

• MKT connection via South Garth Avenue

• Improve Stadium Boulevard underpass on MKT trail

• Improve Forum Boulevard and Katy Lane connection on MKT trail

• COLT trail to Business Loop 70 and Wabash Station

• Bear Creek Trail from Blue Ridge Road to Lange Middle School

• County House Trail from Stadium Boulevard to Cowan Drive

• Hominy Branch Trail from Broadway to Woodridge Park

• Hinkson Trail from Stadium Boulevard to Rock Hill Park

• Scotts Branch Trail from the Russell property to the MKT

• Connect Cosmo Park to new Interstate 70 overpass

• COLT trail from Business Loop 70 to Vandiver Drive

• Hominy Branch Trail from Woodbridge Park to Clark Lane

• Hinkson Creek Trail from Stephens Lake Park to Vandiver Drive

• Cow Branch Trail from Auburn Hills Park to North Vanderveen

SIDEWALKS

• Broadway from Fairview Road to Stadium Boulevard

• Rangeline Street from Business Loop 70 to Big Bear Boulevard

• Vandiver Drive east of Route B

• West Boulevard South from Stewart Road to Westwinds

• Vandiver Drive from Route B to west of Warwick Street

• Vandiver Drive from east of Providence Road to west of Westfall Drive

• Fairview Road from Broadway to Highland Drive

• West Ash Street from west of Stadium Boulevard to east of Heather Lane

• Oakland Gravel Road from Smiley Lane to Blue Ridge Road

• Oakland Gravel Road from Blue Ridge Road to Vandiver Drive

• Ashland Road from the MU campus to Hinkson Bridge

• Smiley Lane from east of Derby Ridge to Bold Venture

• The north side of Leeway Drive from Blue Ridge Elementary to Brown Station Road

• The east side of Garth Avenue from Thurman Street to Texas Avenue

• Woodlawn Avenue from Sexton Road to Worley Street

• Manor Drive from Broadway to Rollins Road

• The east side of West Boulevard from Ash Street to Worley Street

PEDWAYS

Eight-foot sidewalks for pedestrian use in areas with heavy foot traffic are planned for:

• The south side of Stadium Boulevard from Providence Road to College Avenue

• Old 63 from Grindstone Avenue to the apartment complex area

• Walnut Street from Williams Street to Old 63

• Providence Road from Wilkes Boulevard to Texas Avenue

• Elm Street

INTERSECTIONS

• Work designed to enhance pedestrian and bicycle traffic are planned at:

• Forum and Boulevard

• Providence Road and Stadium Boulevard

• Providence and Stewart roads

• Providence and Green Meadows roads

• Providence Road and Business Loop 70

• Garth Avenue and Business Loop 70

• College Avenue and Rogers Street

• Providence and Rollins roads

— Compiled by Dwayne Mamo


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