Projects

Projects

Centennial Trail

The Joslyn Street Path (Centennial Trail West) project consisted of a 10-foot-wide shared-use path, crosswalks, signing, and drainage improvements in Helena, Montana. The project included 0.75 miles of shared-use path connecting the Centennial Trail to Spring Meadow Lake State Park. Multiple parties were involved in the project with coordination through the City of Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Prickly Pear Land Trust, Montana State Parks, Montana Wild, Montana Department of Transportation, and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. The project included challenging public involvement and landowner coordination. DOWL provided control, topographic, and boundary surveying; analyzed multiple alignments; and designed the shared-use path including a rectangular rapid flashing beacon and solar-powered LED lighting.

DOWL provided control, topographic, and boundary surveying; analyzed multiple alignments; and designed the shared-use path including a rectangular rapid flashing beacon and solar-powered LED lighting.

Location

Helena, Montana

Region

Rocky Mountain

Client

City of Helena

Market

Transportation

Services

Land Use Planning

Survey and Mapping

Traffic Engineering

Transportation Engineering

Transportation Planning