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Power Trail and Harmony Road Grade-Separated Crossing Project#

Map of proposed Power Trail/Harmony Road grade-separated crossing

The Engineering Department and FC Moves conducted a Pedestrian and Bicycle Grade-Separated Prioritization Study. As part of the study, the Power Trail at Harmony Road was identified as a high priority. Currently, Power Trail users use neighborhood streets on both sides of Harmony, crossing Harmony at McMurry Avenue.

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Project Goals#

  • Complete missing gap in Power Trail
  • Improve safety and convenience for trail users
  • Reduce number of pedestrians and bicyclists crossing Harmony Road at grade
  • Provide aesthetically pleasing solution

Project Status#

In 2018 the City was initially awarded $800,000 in Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program funding. In January of 2023, the City was awarded a $2.7 million grant through the FHWA Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program. In January of 2024 the City was awarded an additional $3.24 million grant through CMAQ. With these grant awards secured and local funding in support, the project is fully funded for construction.

The project design team is working towards completion of full construction plans, to be delivered summer of 2024. Construction is planned to begin no later than spring of 2025.


In 2015 a 10-year quarter-cent tax renewal, Community Capital Improvement Program (CCIP), was passed by voters. Part of the tax is dedicated to bike and pedestrian grade-separated crossings. Funding for the Power Trail and Harmony Road project has been identified from CCIP, a federal Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program grant and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grants through the Federal Highway Administration.


  • Feasibility Study: 2018-2019
  • Preliminary Design: 2020
  • Final Design: Summer 2024
  • Construction: Spring 2025


Dillon Willett | Project Manager – Civil Engineer II | 907-726-7685 |