The Granby Pathway Project funding has been set with bidding on the project to being in December. This project will create a pedestrian/bicycle path running alongside Highway 40 from Kaibab Park (by the railroad overpass) to Thompson Road. Construction on this much needed pathway will take place sometime in Spring of 2016.
Total Funds Raised - $984,000
CDOT Grant - $392,000
The Town of Granby - $100,000
Colorado Department of Local Affairs dollar-for-dollar matching grant - $492,000 (matched the combined funds from CDOT and The Town of Granby)
Project plans have been submitted to CDOT for review and approval. The project will be a total of 12 feet wide with approximately eight feet of asphalt and four feet of soft gravel. This will be incorporated into the larger Fraser to Granby Trail, which is part of the Headwaters Trail Alliance (HTA) Master Trail Plan. The Granby Pathway Project is just the start of a larger goal to create an more easily accessible pedestrian path in Granby, the second half of the project is a pedestrian overpass above the railroad tracks from Agate Avenue to the Fraser River. If you would like to read more about HTA's Master Trail Plan, visit their website https://headwaterstrails.org.
Author:Julie White Phone: 970-531-7155 Dated: November 14th 2015 Views: 949 About Julie: My goal is to help people improve their lives through real estate in Grand County, Colorado. I am in...
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