Bridging the Trail Gap Over I-405


King County’s regional trail network is a great way to beat the traffic and ride to work, but soon a new bridge on the Eastside Rail Corridor (ERC) will allow you to literally ride, walk, or run over the traffic. In early 2020, we will kick off a partnership with the Washington State Department of…

Why Trails?


Tell us about regional trails: Do you use them? If not, why not? What do you like about them? How could they be better? We want to hear about your experience on our regional trails – take this four-minute survey to help us understand how we can improve regional trails in the future. Regional trails…

Eastside Rail Corridor: (Draft) Master Plan


King County seeks public review, comment on Eastside Rail Corridor trail draft master plan. King County is moving ahead with plans to build a new regional trail on the Eastside to better connect communities and offer more mobility options – and public input is an essential part of the upcoming planning process. Read more…

Eastside Rail Corridor. Give Us Your Vision


  A new regional trail within the Eastside Rail Corridor (ERC), extending from Renton to Woodinville, will serve the region’s non-motorized transportation needs, provide expanded recreational opportunities, and connect communities like never before. Residents, property owners, businesses, and bicyclists from across King County now have an opportunity to view and weigh in on proposed alternatives at…

Ceeeeelebrate good times c’mon!


So this is happening and you should come because the weather’s going to be great and your favorite local parks and trails agency will be there too! The official word… King County’s long-sought-after acquisition of nearly 20 miles of the Eastside Rail Corridor is complete – and the Corridor is now preserved for multiple near-…