Pacific Northwest - 205 bike path
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07-28-07, 08:28 PM
Does anybody know what the fate of the 205 bike path is after they get done with the light rail project out to Clackamas Town Center?
07-28-07, 10:29 PM
It will complete once again with improvements in the places where they had to do work. Check this out. (http://www.trimet.org/pdfs/i205/bikepathfactsheet.pdf)
07-29-07, 12:51 PM
BTW, if you're not happy with the detour, check this out:
Who rides the I-205 corridors new bike detour? I am going to ride thru
the corridor with Tri-Met and city staff next week to assess the
use-ability of the bike detour for cyclists, and hopefully recommend
changes that will make it more user friendly.
If you ride there, how is the detour working out for you? Any
suggested changes? Problem areas or intersections?
Thanks in advance for any input and have a great weekend!
Bicycle Transportation Alliance
PO Box 9072
Portland, OR 97207
503/226-0676 x. 11
07-29-07, 09:12 PM
I haven't seen the detour. Ever since I saw them start the work I have gone a different route on my Saturday morning rides. I like to get in about 25-30 miles each weekend and going from my house to the Columbia and back does that for me.
However, I started going south instead and discovered a bunch of new fun rides. Like over Pete's Mountain in West Linn. So I guess in the next two years I will be exploring even more new territory. Any ideas?
07-30-07, 10:45 AM
The two oh five bike path should just be called 92nd avenue right now cause it is extremely torn up and blocked off from the Mall 2 0 5 area to town center which is totally my commute every day/ Donna are you commuting these days?
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