113th Avenue Pedestrian Pathway
113th Avenue is an urban collector road feeding residential traffic to Cornell Road and Cedar Hills Boulevard. Intermittent pedestrian pathways exist between Anderson Street and Rainmont Road. Two projects will fill gaps in the existing pathway on the west side of 113th Avenue, increasing pedestrian safety by providing a dedicated walkway separated from vehicles.
A five-foot wide pathway, separated from the roadway by a ditch, will be constructed along four sections of 113th Avenue to create a continuous walkway on the west side of 113th Avenue from Anderson Street to Rainmont Road.
Construction will be require intermittent lane restrictions 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. on the west side of 113th. Existing pedestrian pathways on the west side of 113th Avenue between Anderson Street and Rainmont Road will be closed during construction.
The Urban Roads Maintenance District (URMD) is funding an estimated $559,000 for three sections of pathway between Anderson Street and Rainmont Road. The Minor Betterments program is funding a fourth section of pathway at an estimated cost of $98,000.