Lake Tahoe EIP

South Tahoe Greenway Shared Use Trail Phases 1b & 2

Project Number
03.01.02.0087
Action Priority
Improving Transit and Trails Connections
Implementers
El Dorado County, CA, California Tahoe Conservancy
Primary Contact
Donaldo Palaroan (donaldo.palaroan@edcgov.us)
Stage
Planning/Design
Duration
2015 - 2021
Air Quality & Transportation Improving Transit and Trails Connections
The South Tahoe Greenway Shared Use Trail Phases 1b & 2 is the 2nd implementation phase of the entire Greenway project. It will cross barriers and close gaps in the bicycle network to form the major north/south connection in South Lake Tahoe. The project constructs 0.95 miles of AASHTO-compliant trail between Glenwood Way and Sierra Boulevard, including 0.77 miles of 10 wide asphalt trail and 0.18 miles of elevated boardwalk/bridge. A new bike bridge over Trout Creek, improved local street crossings, and interpretive/wayfinding signage are also part of the project. The first implementation phase of the Greenway, Phase 1a, was constructed in 2015 and is described as a separate EIP project

Key Accomplishments

Accomplishments to be provided upon completion of project

Threshold Categories

  • Air Quality
  • Recreation
Trout Creek SEZ alignment near STPUD
(Timing: Before) (~7,117 KB)
Credit: Conservancy Trout Creek SEZ alignment near STPUD

Location