PATH Connection at Washington Blvd.

PATH Connection along Washington Boulevard

Opportunity for Comment November 15th - November 20th: 

Thanks to all who participated in the Washington Blvd PATH connection public meeting or submitting comments on what a preferred alignment would be. Staff reviewed comments, provided a summary to our engineer and are working on creating a preferred option.

Since the proposals generally recommend a trail on the north side of Washington Blvd and some comments included concerns about speeds and safe crossings across the road we would like to get feedback on the addition of stop signs along Washington Blvd.

Please use this survey form to provide comments on if and where you would like to see stop signs proposed along the roadway. Depending on the results and safe engineering advice we may include a recommendation for one or two stop signs/crossings if needed as part of the proposal.

Please feel free to share with others who would be interested in commenting, we do request that all answers are submitted by November 20th 2022.

August 11th, 2022 - PATH connection along Washington Blvd Public Meeting Summary

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Public meeting for the PATH connection improvements at Washington Boulevard. We are still seeking comments on this PATH connection and want to hear from you. 

In partnership with the WVDOH and consultants Burgess & Niple the following preliminary designs have been created to show possible alternatives to connect along the Washington Boulevard roadway. 

Please see the proposed alternatives, timeline and comment sheet here: PATH at Washington Blvd Handouts - Comment Period is now closed.

In addition here is a PATH map in context with the neighborhood and other sections of PATH can be found here: Existing PATH connections and proposed Washington Blvd. Connection

Please check out the visualizations below of what the two alternatives look like on the Washington Blvd connection:

Comments can be directed to a preferred alternative proposed above, a combination of alternative A and B, or other ideas not shown here. Sharing experiences of the kinds of trail experience preferred: pedestrians and cyclists sharing a  sidepath or pedestrians on a sidewalk, cyclists on the road, for example. Any experience of the roadway of how you current use it or what it would take for you to feel comfortable to use it more! 

Thank you again to our partners: consultants Burgess & Niple and West Virginia Division of Highways and the Transporation Alternatives program to design this new connection of PATH.

For more information, contact City Planning Director Bre Shell or City Planner Janney Lockman at 304- 696-5540, Option 3. Email comments may be sent to shellb@huntingtonwv.gov

Alternative A


Alternative B