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50-Mile Activity Loop

Albuquerque's 50-mile bicycling, running, and walking loop.

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An PNG file of the 50 Mile Activity Loop Map dated May 2020.

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Project Summary

The 50-Mile Activity Loop is the City of Albuquerque's 50-mile multi-use trail and bikeway path. The project benefits quality of life and health and wellness for locals with opportunities for economic development, tourism and possible events, such as a 50-mile or Century ride and charity walks. The 50-Mile Activity Loop project is substantially complete.

The Loop starts in Downtown Albuquerque and travels through the Old Town and museum district, crosses the Rio Grande and touches the edge of Petroglyph National Monument. It travels along the Riverside Trail up to the Paseo Del Norte Trail, and on to Balloon Fiesta Park. It takes trail-goers along the northern edge of the city and along the Sandia Mountains. On their way back to Downtown, there are shopping and eating opportunities to enjoy, thus stimulating the economy and also creating one more reason to live, work, and play in Albuquerque.

Remaining Project

Phase 7: Bridge Boulevard Project, Bernalillo County

The Bridge Blvd project extends from Coors Boulevard to the Riverside Drain. It is a key multi-modal project in the implementation of the Bridge Blvd Corridor Redevelopment Plan. Funded by federal and local matching funds, the project will be constructed in three phases.

Phase 1 Tower Rd from Coors Blvd to Goff Blvd is currently under construction and will widen the roadway to four travel lanes with landscaped medians, sidewalks, lighting, and buffered bike lanes.  It is estimated to be completed by the end of 2021.

For information call Bernalillo County at 505-848-1534.



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