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Alameda North Albuquerque Acres Multipurpose Trail

The proposed North Albuquerque Acres Multipurpose Trail will complete multipurpose paved trails proposed in the Mid-Region Council of Governments 2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (2035 MTP) and the county’s Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Action Plan (PDASAP). It will provide improved pedestrian and bicycle access to parks, schools and the facilities at the city’s North Domingo Baca Multi-Generational Center. It would also provide a continuous facility connection along Alameda Boulevard through the county’s facilities up to Tramway Boulevard. The section between Ben Greiner Soccer Fields and W.L. Jackson Park will include a soft-surface trail for equestrians. Collaboration with the city and  Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority will be key to completing this facility.

Status: Planning

Estimated Completion: On-hold

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