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Major Progress on Washington’s Longest Bike Trail

  • 09 Jan 2021 4:25 PM
    Message # 9795614
    Rick Proctor (Administrator)

    The historic Beverly Bridge, a former railroad trestle that spans the Columbia River in central Washington, is scheduled to open for bicycling, hiking and non-motorized recreation in September, providing a key linkage in the Palouse to Cascades trail, which spans much of the state.

    Another important project on the Palouse to Cascades trail that is expected to be completed this year is the 680-foot-long Renslow Trestle, which crosses over Interstate 90 about 11 miles east of Ellensburg. In March, workers are expected to finish $1.2 million in improvements to the bridge, including the addition of decking and railings to make it safe for biking and walking.

    Wanna know more?  Go to https://wabikes.org/2021/01/08/major-progress-on-washingtons-longest-bike-trail/

  • 10 Jan 2021 9:26 AM
    Reply # 9824366 on 9795614
    Lou Rivetti (Administrator)
    Rick Proctor wrote:

    The historic Beverly Bridge, a former railroad trestle that spans the Columbia River in central Washington, is scheduled to open for bicycling, hiking and non-motorized recreation in September, providing a key linkage in the Palouse to Cascades trail, which spans much of the state.

    Another important project on the Palouse to Cascades trail that is expected to be completed this year is the 680-foot-long Renslow Trestle, which crosses over Interstate 90 about 11 miles east of Ellensburg. In March, workers are expected to finish $1.2 million in improvements to the bridge, including the addition of decking and railings to make it safe for biking and walking.

    Wanna know more?  Go to https://wabikes.org/2021/01/08/major-progress-on-washingtons-longest-bike-trail/

    That's fantastic!  Now if I can only get the word goathead out of my brain. 
  • 10 Jan 2021 10:32 AM
    Reply # 9826241 on 9795614
    Dan Scott (Administrator)

    Great news about the Beverly Bridge. And now we’ll have Lou researching goathead puncture protection.

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