Saugstad Park to Riverside Gateway Bike Path and Pedestrian Improvements
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Open space with worn foot path/Floodway (FW)/Open Space - Floodplain (OS/FP)
The proposed project consists of construction of a 180-foot long Class I paved bike path on the east side of Dry Creek from the existing bike path in Saugstad Park to Darling Way, and re-construction of existing curb ramps on the northwest and northeast corners of Darling Way/Clinton Avenue. This project will facilitate access to planned transit stop improvements along Riverside Avenue.
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