Cameron Valley Road (Fairview Rd. to Carnegie Blvd.) SouthPark Loop

  • Project typeTrails, Paths & Bike Lanes; Neighborhoods
  • Project budgetTo be determined
  • Project phaseAdvanced Planning & Design

Part of the SouthPark CNIP

Project Overview

This project is a 0.2-mile-long section of the SouthPark Loop: A planned, approximately 3-mile-long multiuse path designed primarily within the existing right-of-way that connects pedestrians and bicyclists to neighborhoods, shops, restaurants, hotels and parks in the SouthPark activity center. Two miles of The Loop have already been completed. This project was selected based on criteria established in the SouthPark Loop Framework Plan(PDF, 15MB), created in 2019.

This project will be part of the final mile of The Loop and will run along the west side of Cameron Valley Parkway from Carnegie Boulevard to Fairview Road. It will be 16 feet wide with an 8-foot-wide planting strip, lighting, furniture, landscaping and public art.

Project Goals

  • To provide safe transportation options
  • To connect amenities in SouthPark's activity center

Public Involvement

This project is in advanced planning & design and is not yet funded for implementation. Projects in advanced planning are high-priority projects that are identified as candidates for potential future funding. This process of planning and design, which typically takes 12 to 18 months, will eventually produce a cost estimate and will be considered for inclusion in a future budget. Learn more about the Advanced Planning & Design Program. The project team will engage residents once funding is identified.