Bike & Pedestrian

Antelope Creek Bike Trail | Roseville, CA

City of Roseville


Civil Engineering

Class I Bike and Pedestrian Trail along Antelope Creek

As part of the City of Roseville’s goal to be a Bicycle-Friendly Community, Psomas was retained to design the expansion of the Class I Antelope Creek Bicycle Trail. The paved bikeway, located in an undeveloped area of the city, is approximately 1½ miles long and follows the Antelope Creek riparian corridor.In addition to being a recreational asset, the trail serves as access for utility maintenance and fire emergencies.

The bike path passes through a closed landfill, which required special design consideration to accommodate landfill land use restrictions. Design features include a creek crossing, a bridge over a drainage channel, and links to existing bikeways and various land uses including parks, residential, recreational, and industrial sites.

Environmental, engineering, and survey services were provided, with the design incorporating ADA improvements, safety enhancements, and Caltrans requirements. Project development involved evaluation of alternative alignments and environmental impacts, along with aerial and base mapping surveys for the corridor.