A section of the Razorback Greenway just south of the Lake Fayetteville spillway bridge will be closed and detoured for three weeks.
The closure is required for the upcoming 15th Street-Interstate 49 overpass project being constructed by the Arkansas Department of Transportation.
A new trail connector will provide a safer path to the greenway for nearly 2,000 residences in the north central part of town.
Construction has begun on a new east-west trail connection as part of the final phase of the Midtown Corridor Project.
A section of the city’s trail system will be closed for about a month while crews work to replace an aging stretch of asphalt with a concrete surface.
The work is part of a longtime plan for the Mission Boulevard corridor, and is considered to be an important connection for pedestrian and bicycle traffic coming from east Fayetteville to the historic and downtown districts.
Trail users in north Fayetteville can expect to see some improvements in the coming weeks.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and walking tour is scheduled for 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7 at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Prospect Street by Wilson Park.
The Razorback Greenway has some updated mile markers and a new website.
Frisco Avenue will be closed for nearly two weeks while crews work to install a new crosswalk at the intersection of Prospect Street.
A new mountain bike trail that runs through the University of Arkansas campus will soon open to the public.
A portion of the Razorback Greenway in Fayetteville will be closed for about seven weeks.
Fayetteville officials want the city’s trails to have their own identity that can be used for wayfinding and signage across the city’s system of over 51 miles of paved trails.
A new trail connection in west Fayetteville is now ready for use.
The most popular trail section in Fayetteville is getting some improvements.