Mission Blvd. Corridor Trail

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Image of a teal colored bicycle icon traveling along a yellow dotted line, with copy: "Mission Blvd. Corridor Trail."

This new 1.5 mile trail project will extend an existing trail segment (a half-mile of shared-use paved trail along the south side of Mission Blvd. from the Mission Heights neighborhood to Viewpoint Drive) southwest to Maple Street. The project consists of a of shared-use paved trail along the south side of Mission Blvd. in front of Root Elementary School and on across Old Wire and North Street. South of North Street, the trail is proposed to be on the west side of Mission Blvd. to Maple Street to connect to the historic district and to downtown.

This project will also include an improved on-street bikeway from Mission Blvd. along Rebecca Street to the signalized crossing of College and along Trenton Blvd. to Park Ave. and along Prospect Street to provide safer access to the Razorback Greenway.

With the completion of the Old Wire Cycle Track in 2019 and the Niokaska Creek Trail in mid-2020, this section of Mission Blvd. is the missing gap for connectivity to the historic district, downtown, and the Razorback Greenway. This project will provide a comfortable route for people of all ages and all abilities to access many popular destinations.

Plans for the project have now been drafted and the City of Fayetteville is seeking public input on the designs.

Please click here to view a pdf of the plans.Once you have reviewed the document, please take a few minutes to complete the short questionnaire below. Thank you for your input!


For more information about this project, visit the City of Fayetteville's website at https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3919/Mission-Blvd-Corridor.

This new 1.5 mile trail project will extend an existing trail segment (a half-mile of shared-use paved trail along the south side of Mission Blvd. from the Mission Heights neighborhood to Viewpoint Drive) southwest to Maple Street. The project consists of a of shared-use paved trail along the south side of Mission Blvd. in front of Root Elementary School and on across Old Wire and North Street. South of North Street, the trail is proposed to be on the west side of Mission Blvd. to Maple Street to connect to the historic district and to downtown.

This project will also include an improved on-street bikeway from Mission Blvd. along Rebecca Street to the signalized crossing of College and along Trenton Blvd. to Park Ave. and along Prospect Street to provide safer access to the Razorback Greenway.

With the completion of the Old Wire Cycle Track in 2019 and the Niokaska Creek Trail in mid-2020, this section of Mission Blvd. is the missing gap for connectivity to the historic district, downtown, and the Razorback Greenway. This project will provide a comfortable route for people of all ages and all abilities to access many popular destinations.

Plans for the project have now been drafted and the City of Fayetteville is seeking public input on the designs.

Please click here to view a pdf of the plans.Once you have reviewed the document, please take a few minutes to complete the short questionnaire below. Thank you for your input!


For more information about this project, visit the City of Fayetteville's website at https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3919/Mission-Blvd-Corridor.

Page last updated: 11 March 2021, 07:33