Boulder Slough Multiuse Path
The project installed a 10-foot wide multi-use path along the Boulder Slough from 30th Street to 3100 Pearl, and placed the structure for an at-grade bicycle and pedestrian bridge crossing, to be constructed in conjunction with the future extension of Junction Place to the South. Signage and wayfinding were also constructed proximate to the path. Long-term, future connections built upon this multi-use path will improve pedestrian and bicycle access to Twenty Ninth Street and the Boulder Valley Regional Center.
This project aligns with development goals for Boulder Junction, Boulder's first Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), which is creating a mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented place where people live, work, shop and have access to both local and regional transit. The Transit Village Area Plan guides long-term development at Boulder Junction. The plan is the collective work of the City of Boulder, private property owners, and the Regional Transportation Division (RTD).
This project is funded through a federal Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) grant of $600,000 plus excise and use taxes.
Dec 2019 - Dec 2020 Construction. Now (as of 12/23/20) open to the public!