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The Sorenson Parkway is a modern version of the historic boulevard system and was built along an abandoned railroad bed. The parkway has been completed from N 30th Street to the N 90th Street, however the planning for a bike path was not considered until late in the process.
Most of the corridor was constructed with a standard width sidewalk but a 10 ft. wide path has been constructed from N 72nd Street west to the Little Papio Creek and the Keystone on its way to Cunningham Lake.
The tie in to Military Road’s trail is also only a mile from this point but with only a sidewalk it requires travel in one of the lanes of the Parkway.
Extension of the 2-mile trail past N 72nd Street is possible but not likely due to right of way constraints. Links to the Keystone trail and Military Road trail.
Length: 4.81 miles
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- Short distance
- At grade crossings at intersections
- No parking lots
- No parking on most side streets
- Provides another link between trails on Military Avenue and Cunningham
- Gentle curves and some green space enhance the experience
- Commercial center on the east trail head (N 72nd St.)
- Connects to some narrow neighborhood paths
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