✖ Close Social Content

Bernalillo County Public Works, in coordination with City of Albuquerque Department of Municipal Development, has prepared a scoping report for implementing the proposed International Trail located along roadways in the International District (Southeast Heights) of Albuquerque.

The International District is bounded on the north by Lomas Boulevard, on the south by Gibson Boulevard, on the west by San Mateo Boulevard and on the east by Wyoming Boulevard.

International Trail Scoping Report

Trail corridors extend approximately 14 miles and include the following roadways:

  • Zuni Road (part of a separate engineering study) between San Mateo Blvd. and Wyoming Blvd.
  • Louisiana Boulevard between Copper Ave. and Gibson Blvd.
  • Kathryn / Southern/ Trumbull Avenue between San Mateo Blvd. and Utah St.
  • San Pedro Drive between Central Ave. and Gibson Blvd.
  • Copper Avenue between San Mateo Blvd. and San Pedro Dr. and Louisiana Blvd. and Wyoming Blvd.
  • Utah/ Texas/ Vermont Street between Copper Ave. and Southern Ave.
  • Pennsylvania Street between Marquette Ave. and Southern Ave.
  • San Pablo/ Espanola Street between Copper Ave. and Southern Ave.
  • Alvarado Street between Marquette Ave. and Ross Ave.
  • Ross Ave./ Cardenas St./ Anderson Ave. between San Mateo Blvd. and San Pedro Dr.
  • Georgia St./ Trumbull Ave. between Gibson Blvd. and San Pedro Dr.
  • Central Avenue and San Mateo Boulevard were not included in the scoping report.

International Trail Project Map

The trail will provide better pedestrian and bicycle connections to public facilities such as parks, schools, health, senior, and community centers and other destinations from surrounding neighborhoods.  The trail alignment was identified by the local non-profit ACHIEVE.

The scoping report identifies $8 million in pedestrian-bicycle safety and traffic calming improvements along International Trail corridors designed to:

  1. prevent injuries,
  2. encourage walking for health,
  3. accommodate users of all abilities, and
  4. reduce speeding traffic.

Safety and calming improvements are proposed along each of the trail corridors and include such features as:

  • wider sidewalks with planting strips,
  • bike lanes,
  • ADA curb ramps,
  • safer intersections with marked crosswalks and pedestrian signals
  • lighting and signage.
Powered by Real Time Solutions - Website Design & Document Management