Almost there! Last week crews completed installation of the porous asphalt trail connecting the two trailheads. The trail is comprised of 3" of base asphalt and a 1.5" of surface asphalt. Both lifts allow for stormwater to infiltrate the system and sit in a stone reservoir under the pavement.
This week will be busy with construction activities including: mill & overlay on the east end of the project along Klingle Road, installation of wood fencing on the trail, final landscaping, reconstructing an existing curb cut on the west end of the project, installing signs throughout the trail, hardscaping at both trailheads, pavement striping along the trail, and completing the reconstruction of a historic stone headwall within the Tregaron Conservancy.
Although the project is nearing completion, the trail is not yet suitable for public use. The project ask that the public refrains from entering the construction site until the opening. Check back with the website soon, as DDOT gets closer to confirming a date for the official opening of the Klingle Valley Trail.