About this Project
An important element of a new City centerpiece, a 26-acre greenway along the River, is a pedestrian and bicycle way designed by FST. The bikeway moves users through a variety of environments in a relatively short distance. A stand of cherry trees along the river afforded an opportunity to create a green tunnel for bikeway users. The path through the cherries also provides wonderful resting areas along the river’s edge.
Considerations of traffic and potential conflicts with trail users were paramount in FST’s design focus.
Owner: City of Stamford
Location: Stamford, Connecticut
Highlights: The parkland south of Main Street provides an opportunity for direct access to the Rippowam River. This is a valuable element in a network of bikeways being developed throughout Connecticut, allowing the public opportunities to reclaim their waterfronts.