September 12, 2019 (Moscow, Idaho) --
The Moscow Pathways Commission
will be hosting their annual pathway tour on Thursday, September 19th at 5:30 p.m. The tour is open to the public and will begin at the Intermodal Transit Center, located at 1006 Railroad Street. The tour will start near the front entrance to the Intermodal Transit Center. Free parking is available in the University of Idaho Blue Lot #60 adjacent to the Intermodal Transit Center after 5:00 p.m.
The route begins at the Intermodal Transit Center, follows Paradise Path to the east, crossing Highway 8 at Styner Avenue using the recently installed underpass pathway. From there, the tour follows the path along White Avenue through the Fairgrounds into Heron's Hideout. The tour then heads north along Meadow Street to the Moscow School District Community Playfields pathway and Carol Ryrie Brink Nature Park. From there, participants will take the bike lane along Mountain View Road to the Third Street Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge. The last leg of the tour will take riders from the bridge to East City Park where light refreshments will be served at the East City Park shelter.
The Moscow Pathways Commission Annual Tour is part of the Third Annual Palouse Bike Week from September 16th through September 21st. For a full listing of events for Palouse Bike Week, please visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/pedalthepalouse/events/
For more information regarding the Moscow Pathways Commission or the Annual Tour, please contact David Schott, Assistant Parks & Recreation Director at email@example.com
Story Contact: David Schott, Assistant Parks & Recreation Director