Bicycle and Pedestrian Path
SE 197th Avenue to NE Hogan Drive
The City is planning a new paved bicycle and pedestrian trail, which will be an amenity for residents and visitors alike. The path will run approximately two miles from Rockwood to the Civic Neighborhood and to Historic Downtown Gresham, linking surrounding parks, public transit, schools and businesses; it will also connect with the Gresham-Fairview and Springwater trails.
This path will provide a safe off-street route for cyclists and pedestrians to commute and reach public transit and other destinations in the Rockwood, civic and downtown areas.
The trail fact sheet provides more detailed information.
See a map of the trail location.
- Design is underway
- Construction begins in summer 2014
- Completion is anticipated by the end of 2014
This project is funded by federal and state Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grants for transportation projects that improve air quality and relieve congestion.
We want to hear concerns, thoughts, and design ideas about this new trail. We're aware of concerns about public safety and increased graffiti along and adjacent to the trail. To address these issues we cooperate with the Public Safety Committee and the Police Department to design features that enhance public safety.
Dave Daly at 503-618-2284 or David.Daly@GreshamOregon.gov and Kelly Clarke at 503-618-2517 or Kelly.Clarke@GreshamOregon.gov.