City Crews Moving Ahead with Trail Construction | Public Spaces
Work is underway to complete two new portions of Phase 3 of the Bonanza Trail.
The new project includes a new trail connection at Torrey Pines Drive and U.S. 95. There will also be new restrooms and a shade structure where the trail meets Torrey Pines.
Crews will also be improving the connection to the trail at Bill Briare Family Park. Earlier work on the trail already connected Bill Briare Family Park to Kellog-Zaher Sports Complex.
Work on the projects are expected to be finished in the first quarter of 2014.
The projects are part of an effort by the city to construct 239 miles of trials that interconnect to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, the northwest part of the valley, downtown Las Vegas and out to the eastern neighborhoods.
Currently, there are about 50 miles of trails and 11 miles of horse trails throughout the city. To see a map of the entire project, go to lasvegasnevada.gov.
Funding for the project is coming from the Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act.