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The north segment of the Interurban Trail runs through the cities of Seattle and Shoreline. The trail starts in north Seattle at NW 110th Street and continues as a paved route for almost a mile to NW 128th Street. The trail starts again in Shoreline at NE 145th Street at a distinctive gateway reminiscent of the historic interurban rail line and continues north to Snohomish County. The trail is a paved off-road route over most of its 4-mile run through Shoreline and includes pedestrian bridges over 155th Street and Aurora Avenue. The trail continues north past Echo Lake to N 200th Street, just opposite the Aurora Village Transit Center, where it turns east and then north to NE 205th Street. The trail continues on-road into the city of Edmonds and Snohomish County. The trail is managed by the cities of Seattle and Shoreline within their boundaries. Features include: • A paved, three-mile trail intended for walking and biking, non-motorized use only

The north segment of the Interurban Trail runs through the cities of Seattle and Shoreline. The trail starts in north Seattle at NW 110th Street and continues as a paved route for almost a mile to NW 128th Street. The trail starts again in Shoreline at NE 145th Street at a distinctive gateway reminiscent of the historic interurban rail line and continues north to Snohomish County. The trail is a paved off-road route over most of its 4-mile run through Shoreline and includes pedestrian bridges over 155th Street and Aurora Avenue. The trail continues north past Echo Lake to N 200th Street, just opposite the Aurora Village Transit Center, where it turns east and then north to NE 205th Street. The trail continues on-road into the city of Edmonds and Snohomish County. The trail is managed by the cities of Seattle and Shoreline within their boundaries.

Features include:

  • A paved, three-mile trail intended for walking and biking, non-motorized use only
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The north segment of the Interurban Trail runs through the cities of Seattle and Shoreline. The trail starts in north Seattle at NW 110th Street and continues as a paved route for almost a mile to NW 128th Street. The trail starts again in Shoreline at NE 145th Street at a distinctive gateway reminiscent of the historic interurban rail line and continues north to Snohomish County. The trail is a paved off-road route over most of its 4-mile run through Shoreline and includes pedestrian bridges over 155th Street and Aurora Avenue. The trail continues north past Echo Lake to N 200th Street, just opposite the Aurora Village Transit Center, where it turns east and then north to NE 205th Street. The trail continues on-road into the city of Edmonds and Snohomish County. The trail is managed by the cities of Seattle and Shoreline within their boundaries. Features include: • A paved, three-mile trail intended for walking and biking, non-motorized use only
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