50-Mile Activity Loop Projects
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.
The design work was funded by Capital Improvement Program funds. Funding for construction comes from ABQ the Plan funds.
August 2014: The City hosted a public information meeting on Aug. 20, 2014, to provide a project overview and answer questions about this project.
- Design for Phase One of the 50-Mile Activity Loop is complete.
- Phase 1 is currently under construction with completion scheduled for Fall 2015. Currently underway:
- A retaining wall is being constructed for a new trail along the Embudo Arroyo.
- New trail and ADA ramps are being constructed along the south side of Haines.
- In addition foundations are being installed for the HAWK signal improvements at the intersection of Lomas and Alvarado.
- Later in the summer the HAWK signal and bike/pedestrian bridge over the arroyo will be installed.
For more information about this and other ABQ the Plan projects: