Want to blaze a new trail (or reconstruct an old one)? We can help. Routes that accommodate multi-modal transportation—motorized vehicles, bicycles, public transportation/transit, and pedestrians—are a focus of many communities and their respective DOTs. With our experience with ODOT, INDOT, AASHTO and ADA standards and guidelines for multi-use paths, bicycle facilities, and pedestrian facilities, we can help you develop a path that fits the needs of the community and integrates well with the existing system.
Choice One Engineering helped the Centerville-Washington Park District (CWPD) develop this new 10 foot wide multi-use trail along Hole’s Creek in Washington Township, Montgomery County, Ohio. This 1.10 mile trail includes three bridges across Hole’s Creek. The development of this project required route alternative analyses, hydraulic modeling and floodplain permits, and grant writing ($500,000 from ODNR). Choice One further assisted CWPD in coordinating public meetings and feedback, a geotechnical exploration, and environmental and archeological reports. Today this project provides a key link to the trail system of CWPD and surrounding communities.
Mason-Montgomery Road/Bethany Road Bike Path
Hobart Nature Preserve
Great Miami River Recreational Trail – North Extension