Coburg Loop Path
The City of Coburg has recently received a grant from the State of Oregon Transportation & Growth Management Program to develop a strategy for the creation of a hard surfaced bicycle and pedestrian path that will connect key areas in town in a loop system.
The strategy was developed between January 2008 and June 2009. The path will enhance the livability of Coburg by providing a car-free mobility option and greatly enhance the safety for those walking and bicycling by creating connections between Coburg’s neighborhoods, downtown, parks, school, and employment areas. Learn about the project here:
The first segment of the Coburg Loop was completed July 2013 and is located along the westside of South Coburg Industrial Way (along Muddy Creek Irrigation Channel). The next segment is being built along the westside of North Coburg Industrial Way and will turn west, crossing Muddy Creek and connect to Moody Park and the residential streets of Sarah Ln. and Shane Ct.
The third segment is tentatively designed at the northwest section of town, beginning at the intersection of Coburg Rd./Van Duyn Rd./N Coburg Rd./S Bottom Lp. and will provide bike and pedestrian crossing improvements as well as a Path segment that heads south and east along the existing bioswale; a popular walking route.