August 10, 2018




Trestle Trail Bike Path News


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The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is beginning work on a portion of the Trestle Trail, a developing bike path in western Coventry. The path is a combination of paved bikeway and undeveloped walking path along a former railroad right-of-way that connects to the larger Washington Secondary Bike Path.


During construction, RIDOT will rehabilitate two bridges and replace a culvert along the undeveloped segment of the Trestle Trail. The path will be closed with construction vehicles accessing the trail from the path's intersection with Lewis Farm Road and where the path meets Route 14A in Sterling, Conn. Individuals using the path should avoid this segment during construction. Local traffic should be aware of construction vehicles and equipment accessing the site on weekdays.


Rehabilitation of the bridge structures is scheduled to be complete in Spring 2020. Paving along this section of the bikeway would be done under a separate project and is currently in design.


The paved segment of the Trestle Trail, opened in 2014, will not be affected.


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