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50-Mile Activity Loop Projects

Current projects in overall efforts to develop a 50-Mile Activity Loop.

The 50-Mile Activity Loop is the City of Albuquerque’s proposed 50-mile, multi-use trail and bikeway facility which fills the gaps in our existing trails and bikeways facilities. When complete, it will create a 50-mile bicycling, running and walking loop around the city.

First Project: Nob Hill to Uptown Segment

This first phase of construction connects Uptown to Nob Hill via multi-use trail construction and other improvements. These improvements include traffic signal upgrades, additional signage and striping, and intersection improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists at Pennsylvania and Winrock Loop, Haines and San Pedro, and Lomas and Alvarado.

caption:Map of project area.

Project Costs

The design work was funded by  Capital Improvement Program funds. Funding for the construction comes from ABQ the Plan funds.

Presentation

The City hosted a public information meeting on August 20 to provide a project overview and answer questions about this project.

View the presentation.

Status

  • Design for Phase One of the 50 Mile Activity Loop is complete.
  • The City is soliciting construction bids from contractors to begin construction on Phase One.
  • Construction to begin on this first section by early spring for people to enjoy before the end of the year.

Learn More

For more information about this and other ABQ the Plan projects, please sign up for our e-newsletter.  Or contact the Planning Department by email at [email protected] or by phone: (505) 924-3860.

 

Link to the 50-Mile Activity Loop Plan.

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