Urban K&P Trail

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The urban section of the K&P Trail opened on June 10, 2017

Distance: 6.65 km (plus road crossings)

On May 19, 2015, city council asked staff to pursue a detailed work plan to extend the K&P Trail into the urban area of Kingston. The plan was to outline necessary time-sensitive steps, cost estimates and all possible route segment options to allow work on the urban K&P Trail to be completed in time for it to open on July 1, 2017.

The urban K&P Trail's surface is both on and off road and may be both depending on the location of the section. The new pathway is 3.0 metres in width except where constrained by existing infrastructure or significant vegetation.

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A stretch of the urban K&P Trail –  from Molly Brant Point and through Doug Fluhrer Park – is being paved by City of Kingston's contractor ...
City of Kingston contractors are planting 350 new trees and 750 shrubs this month along the newly constructed portions of the urban K&P Trail. ...
Starting Tuesday, Dec. 6, work to a sewer line will affect the urban K&P trail from Rideau and Montreal streets to Hagerman Avenue. "The urban ...
Works continue on the K&P Trail and the waterfront pathway. As the contractor completes the south section of the project, an unopened gravel lan ...
Come try a beautiful new way through Kingston at the opening of the urban K&P Trail on Saturday, June 10! Celebrations start at 11 a.m. in Dou ...

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