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Posted on: May 24, 2017

PRNS’s Vision for SKY Lane Trail wins International Award

The International Trails Symposium convenes every two years with the largest gathering of trail enthusiasts; from design professionals and trail managers to advocates and users. At this year’s symposium, held in Dayton, Ohio, the City of San José Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) and their project partner, Callander Associates, received the Trail Planning & Design Award for the SKY Lane Trail Vision Study. If developed, the SKY Lane Trail would link the Three Creeks Trail West to Coyote Creek and Kelley Park. The Vision Study was developed to help stakeholders understand the trail corridor’s major challenges and how an elevated trail concept would provide a means to cross active rail lines, a major freeway, and planned high-speed rail. The City’s Trail Network Manager presented a session on the program’s recently released Strategic Plan. Follow @SanJoseTrails on Twitter for regular updates on the City’s trail development work. For more information, contact Marybeth Harasz, Deputy Director, at 408-793-5514.

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