This project extends the Springwater trail, a multi-use path on an abandoned railroad line, over McLoughlin Boulevard, the Union Pacific Railroad and Johnson Creek with the construction of three major bridges. Each Bridge is built to respond to the feature they are crossing. The suspension arch bridge over Mcloughlin Boulevard also doubles as a gateway to the community both because of its shape and color. Awarded TE funds in 2003, the project was completed in the fall of 2006. Federal Share $4,209,233.00 Match $481,767 Total $4,691,000
The National Transportation Alternatives Clearinghouse provides information on the Transportation Alternatives Program funded by FHWA. To be eligible for TA funds, a project must relate to surface transportation and be one of the 10 TA Activities. For more information about the TA program see trade.railstotrails.org. For our licensing policy see our guidelines.