Humboldt seeks ‘Last Mile’ bike path

The trail would connect the Southwind Rail Trail north of town to downtown Humboldt. A $1.2 million state grant will pay for most of the work.

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August 9, 2022 - 2:43 PM

This map of Humboldt shows the proposed bike path, in red, from the Southwind Trail to downtown. Click on the blue box to enlarge photo.

HUMBOLDT — Beth Barlow of A Bolder Humboldt updated council members Monday night on “The Last Mile,” which is a bike lane connecting the Southwind Rail Trail trailhead north of town to downtown Humboldt, funded by a $1.2 million state grant. 

The path would begin at the trailhead near 14th Street traveling west on Hawaii Road to 9th Street. From there it would proceed along the west side of 9th Street to Bridge Street.  

Cody Porter, an engineer with Wilson & Company of Kansas City, Mo., shared the results of an engineering study of how the path could be implemented. 

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