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A Double Bayou Greenways 2020 Celebration

Ribbon Cutting and Groundbreaking on Brays Bayou Greenway

We're celebrating the opening of a new segment of Brays Bayou Greenway as well as the start of construction of a new pedestrian and bike bridge near University of Houston.

The new trail segment is funded through a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grant awarded to the City of Houston, and stretches between Old Spanish Trail and Martin Luther King Blvd. The pedestrian bridge will cross the bayou parallel to MLK and connect the newly built trail to the existing trails at MacGregor Park.

Ceremony Details:

Join Houston Parks Board, University of Houston and the Houston Parks and Recreation Department as we celebrate the opening of a new segment of trail and the start of construction of a pedestrian and bike bridge on Brays Bayou Greenway.

Thursday, March 9
10:00 a.m.
Corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. and Wheeler Street

Transportation and Parking Options:

  • Take the METRORail Purple Line to - UH South / University Oaks Rail Station
  • Paid Parking is available at UH Welcome Center Garage located at 4848 Calhoun Road ($1 per half hour)
  • Free parking is available at MacGregor Park at 5225 Calhoun. From there, take the METRORail Purple Line one stop down to UH South / University Oaks Rail Station.

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