El Paso and Southwestern Greenway

West side of Tucson near the I-10 Corridor

Master Plan TDOT Project Page Tucson Delivers Projects: North and South

The El Paso and Southwestern Greenway will be a 6-mile long multi-use path for bicyclists and pedestrians. The pathway will extend along a corridor that was once used by the railroad, from north of downtown Tucson, through the City of South Tucson, to the Kino Sports Complex. The new path will be car-free and will connect to other regional bikeways and to many of the neighborhoods that the path travels through.

Two segments are complete: the south segment adjacent to El Parque de San Cosme and the City of Tucson Fire Central between Granada Avenue and 25th Street, and the north segment adjacent to Hotel Tucson City Center north of Franklin Street.

Find more information about the El Paso and Southwestern Greenway on Tucson Department of Transportation's Project Page.