Building the SRT

  • Clinton Avenue (Huntsville)

    • Segment: Heart of Huntsville Dr to Seminole Dr
    • Status: In Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2020

    The City of Huntsville will add bicycle lanes and improved sidewalk with upcoming roadway project.

  • Lowe Mill (Seminole Avenue and 9th Street) (Huntsville)

    • Segment: Governors Dr to Triana Blvd.
    • Status: Pre-Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2021

    The City of Huntsville will add buffered bicycle lanes and sidewalk, with portions of sidepath, through section near Lowe Mill.

  • Governors House Drive (Huntsville)

    • Segment: Jordan Lane to Bob Wallace Ave
    • Status: COMPLETE
    • Construction Completion: 2019

    The City of Huntsville completed an in-roadway shared-use path.

  • Redstone Gateway Phase II (Huntsville)

    • Segment: Redstone Gateway Trail (I-565 to Redstone Gateway) to Madison Pike
    • Status: Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2020

    The City of Huntsville is adding bike lanes on Governors West to Cabela Dr; then a shared-use path through the Cabela’s development and Lake 5 to Madison Pike. At Madison Pike, a pedestrian-activated signal will be provided to get users across to Research Park.

  • Zeirdt Road (Huntsville)

    • Segment: Shelton Road (Publix shopping center) to Martin Road
    • Status: Under Construction
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2021

    The City of Huntsville is adding a shared-use sidepath along the west side of Zierdt Road, as incidental upgrade with Zierdt Road widening

  • Town Madison (Madison)

    • Segment: Zierdt Road through Town Madison
    • Status: Under Construction
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2020

    Town Madison (Breland Companies) and the City of Madison are working together to add a shared-use sidepath on the north side of the main road through Town Madison.

  • Old Hwy 20 (Huntsville)

    • Segment: County Line Road to Greenbrier Parkway
    • Status: Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2021

    The City of Huntsville is adding bike lanes with widening project of Old Hwy 20.

  • Rockhouse Bottoms Road (Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge)

    • Segment: Jolley B Road (trailhead) to Rockhouse Road
    • Status: Existing
    • Likely Construction Completion: Unknown

    This existing dirt/gravel road along the Tennessee River is already open to bicyclists and pedestrians. The roadway surface will ultimately be improved with the addition of trail amenities.

  • Arrowhead Landing Road (Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge)

    • Segment: Hwy 20 (Mooresville) to I-65 Bridge
    • Status: Existing
    • Likely Construction Completion: Unknown

    The existing dirt/gravel road (Arrowhead Landing) is already open to bicyclists and pedestrians and is a popular location for paddlers. The roadway surface will ultimately be improved with the addition of trail amenities.

  • BUILD grant (Decatur) – Hwy 20 Interchange

    • Segment: Hwy 20/Bibb Garrett intersection
    • Status: Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2021

    This project was awarded a rare federal BUILD grant and will include an overpass over Hwy 20. The cross section will include shared-use paths along roundabouts on either side and a shared-use path across the overpass.

  • Decatur ferry (Decatur)

    • Segment: US 31 marina to Rhodes Ferry
    • Status: Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2020

    The City of Decatur is working with a boat operator to implement a ferry from Rhodes Ferry across to the marina.

  • Swan Creek trailhead (Athens)

    • Segment: Existing Swan Creek Greenway north of US 72 to new trailhead south of US 72
    • Status: Acquisition/Design
    • Likely Construction Completion: 2020

    The City of Athens received an ADECA grant to construct a trail extension under US 72 and a trailhead on the south side of US 72.

  • Swan Creek Greenway (Athens)

    • Segment: US 72 to Swan Creek Park
    • Status: Existing
    • Likely Construction Completion: N/A

    The City of Athens features the existing crushed-gravel Swan Creek Greenway that is open to bicyclists and pedestrians. This will become part of the greater Singing River Trail.


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