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October 2016 Trail Updates

October 5th, 2016 | Author: OmahaBikes
Category: Advocacy, Bike Route, Keystone Connector, Trails

South Omaha Trail:

Final stages of work continue to complete the South Omaha Trail. While the pavement is completed, the signage and erosion control is still in progress. Due to the construction equipment and debris hazards, the newest section trail remains closed for the time being. Please respect the work being done for your own safety! All work is planned to be completed by October 31st, 2016, and the grand opening/ribbon-cutting will be in mid-November! Stay tuned!

Omaha Riverfront Trail:

A section of the Riverfront Trail from Ida Street and Crown Point Avenue to John J. Pershing Drive will be closed to all trail users starting on Monday, October 10, 2016.  The closure will remain closed throughMonday, October 31, 2016.  Trail shall be closed for work occurring on the levee.  There is no suggested detour for this trail closure.

Keystone Trail:

Drainage work at L Street underpass nearing complete and is expected to be completed next week.  Please use caution!

Big Papio Trail:

Drainage work will begin at L Street in early November and will last several weeks.  Please be prepared to detour as needed and use caution!

 

 

If you have any questions or concerns about trail closures, contact information is as follows:

City of Omaha:

City of Bellevue, report here

 

Sarpy County, report  here

City of Council Bluffs report here.

 

The above update is accurate to the best of our ability, but please see contact local officials for most current information.

One Comment on “October 2016 Trail Updates”

  1. 1 Scott Ussery said at 10:24 am on October 7th, 2016:

    Keystone at L St was just pouring concrete this morning. The grass slope folks use to get up to L St has now been torn up a bit by their equipment in the wet conditions. Had to walk my bike down the slope this morning. Market-to-Market relay is tomorrow. Saw one of their signs up near Karen Park. Their planned route takes them down the Keystone to Veys Park for the next exchange. I wonder how they’ll handle it? Do they even know?

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