Adair Village Trails Plan
The Adair Village Trails Plan will serve as a blueprint for creating an accessible, all-ages and abilities network of paved multiuse paths, walking trails, and separated bike lanes throughout the community. This project will document future trail improvements and help prioritize local investment in Adair Village’s multi-modal network of trails.
As Adair Village grows, the need for improved community connectivity, including safe and comfortable bicycle and pedestrian connections, becomes increasingly important. With anticipated development of an expanded downtown and surrounded by outstanding natural resources Adair Village is uniquely positioned as a balanced and livable community. Nevertheless, key gaps in the local network of multiuse paths and walking trails remain as barriers to safety and comfort.
This project is a collaborative effort with a project team including City of Adair Village, Benton County Public Works, Benton County Natural Areas and Parks, and the Corvallis Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO).
Corvallis to Albany Multiuse Path Project
The only bicycle and pedestrian routes that currently exist between Corvallis and Albany are high volume, arterial state highways that have high-speed traffic, inadequate shoulder widths, and hazardous intersections. As such, CAMPO is actively supporting Benton County's effort to establish an off-street all ages and abilities multiuse path for people walking and riding bikes between Corvallis and Albany.
The importance of a separated multiuse path between Corvallis and Albany has been highlighted in a number of state, local and regional studies including the CAMPO 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (2017) and the Benton County Transportation System Plan (2019). Ongoing projects updates will be provided on this page.
Project overview page: Click Here
For more information visit the Benton County project page
The NE Pilkington Ave to NE Merloy Ave section of path was recently funded for construction through the Oregon Community Paths Program. Benton County will receive $990,000 for the construction the program and will provide over $400,000 in match through engineering and design work.
Corvallis Bikeshare Plan
CAMPO is currently supporting the development of a new bikeshare system in Corvallis which will replace the previous system, Pedal Corvallis. Click the link above to learn more about the project and provide input.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Program
CAMPO recently launched a Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Program in an effort gain more information about how people walking and riding bicycles travel throughout the community. Click the link above to learn more and view available data.