Arkansas River Trail

State of City of Little Rock Bike Projects

28th Feb, 2014

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Closing the loop

The city board has approved staff to proceed with negotiating right of way acquisition for both sides of the Dillard’s property.

Current design of the section between Dillard’s is 90% complete

South Main Project Update

Preconstruction meeting has been held with contractor and work should begin within the next couple of weeks.  The…

State of City Bike Projects

27th Nov, 2013

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As usual at the monthly meeting of the BFCC (Bicycle Friendly Community Committee) a report of the state of the city’s bike projects was given by John Honeywell.  Mayor Stodola also took the time to speak about the Close the Loop initiative.

Close the Loop:  Work is progressing towards construction of the two termini on…

4th Oct, 2013

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Little Rock and Central Arkansas have already received national attention in recent years for quality of life projects.  The crown jewel of these projects is undoubtedly the Big Dam Bridge and the Arkansas River Trail system.  Without a doubt these projects and others led Little Rock to be ranked the most livable city. …

July 10th Bicycle Friendly Community Committee Meeting

15th Jul, 2013

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City Bike Projects:

John Honeywell from Little Rock Public Works reported on the state of the city’s bike projects.  Bidding is now open for the Kavanaugh sharrow project so construction should start within 3-4 weeks.  Hopefully the traffic calming project for South Main St. will be approved this coming Tuesday and the designs for the Pinnacle…

June 12th BFCC Meeting Focus

1st Jul, 2013

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Although there where numerous issues discussed at the last BFCC meeting on June 12th the focus was clearly on the impending Broadway Bridge construction and the impact it will have on the Arkansas River Trail.  Currently the River Trail follows a route that takes it underneath the Broadway Bridge but that will have to…

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