Monday, August 9th, Noon — 1:30pm

Prairie Line Trail Design Workshop

The City of Tacoma is applying for grant funding to construct Phase 1 of the Prairie Line Trail. Phase 1 will connect the Thea Foss Waterfront through the UW Tacoma Campus. We would like your input on preliminary design concepts and how to integrate the trail with established UW Tacoma planning priorities, ongoing development, and campus gateways. Please join us to provide your input on the Prairie Line Trail—one of the most important urban design and mobility features of downtown Tacoma.

Phase 1 of the Prairie Line Trail will begin the transformation of the historic Prairie Line rail corridor into a distinctive urban pedestrian and bicycle trail that connects downtown Tacoma’s most significant recreational, cultural, and educational destinations. Phase 1 will provide an approximately half mile connection from the revitalized Thea Foss Waterway, through the museum district and onto the UW Tacoma campus. Future phases will extend the trail through downtown’s historic Brewery District to connect with the Water Ditch Trail and the City’s South Tacoma neighborhoods.

Contact Info
Liz Kaster
University of Washington-Tacoma: Carwein Auditorium (Keystone Building, Room 102)
bicycle, bike, pedestrian, prairie line, trail