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Cross Kirkland Corridor

The Cross Kirkland Corridor connects residential areas, the downtown core, and local businesses along its 5.75 mile length running north-south through Kirkland. It is part of the northern stretch of the 42-mile Eastside Rail Corridor that follows the old Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail line that moved freight from Renton to Snohomish, along the east side of Lake Washington.

The Cross Kirkland Corridor connects residential areas, the downtown core, and local businesses along its 5.75 mile length running north-south through Kirkland. It is part of the northern stretch of the 42-mile Eastside Rail Corridor that follows the old Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail line that moved freight from Renton to Snohomish, along the east side of Lake Washington.

The Eastside Rail Corridor connects Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Woodinville and continues on into Snohomish County. A 7-mile spur runs from Woodinville to Redmond. Redmond purchased 3.9 miles in 2010, called the Redmond Central Connector, and Kirkland 5.75 miles in 2011, called the Cross Kirkland Corridor.

While most of the 42-mile trail corridor is still in an initial planning stage, two sections are now complete (as of February 2015): 1 mile of the Redmond Central Connector and 5.75 miles of the interim Cross Kirkland Corridor.

View a map of the Cross Kirkland Corridor, including parking locations.

Outdoor Recreation Cross Kirkland Corridor
The Cross Kirkland Corridor connects residential areas, the downtown core, and local businesses along its 5.75 mile length running north-south through Kirkland. It is part of the northern stretch of the 42-mile Eastside Rail Corridor that follows the old Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail line that moved freight from Renton to Snohomish, along the east side of Lake Washington.
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