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Pike River Trail Shared-Use Path Project Profile

Pike River Trail Shared-Use Path


  • Kenosha County


  • 10/2015–08/2017

Pike River Trail, Kenosha County

This 1.5-mile trail will be built within County right of way along STH 31 and CTH KR, but faces challenges with significant wetland crossings, high volume adjacent vehicular traffic, and numerous structure additions and modifications. The Pike River Trail will be an important connection for the County’s bike/pedestrian plan by providing a north-south link to a future northern trail currently being designed by the Village of Mt. Pleasant.

With WisDOT funds and jurisdiction involved, interagency coordination has been key in keeping the project on-track and CORRE’s guidance navigating through the red tape has led to the continual success of final design concepts.

Key Elements

  • Survey
  • Wetland delineation
  • Public outreach
  • HazMAT investigation
  • Trail design
  • Boardwalk and structure design
  • Signalization and intersection improvements
  • Railroad coordination
  • Hydrology and hydraulics
  • Plat
  • Interagency coordination
  • State and local permitting
  • WisDOT Non-Traditional Project administration