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Trail Description

The Eastrail will be an uninterrupted 42-mile trail that will connect the Eastside like never before and provide the communities of Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, Snohomish, and Redmond with new opportunities for non-motorized recreation and transportation.

Approximately 16 miles of the Eastrail are open, around 7.5 of which are owned by King County. The Eastrail has numerous trail sections including the Cross Kirkland Corridor and the Redmond Central Connector. King County owns just over 16 miles of the Eastrail.

Trail Status by Region 

Location: Renton to I-90

Open Trail: Four miles of trail is open from the north end of Gene Coulon Park to Coal Creek Parkway along Lake Washington. The trail is gravel between Gene Coulon Park and the Seahawks training facility. New paved trail is open from the Seahawks facility to Coal Creek Parkway. 

The new paved trail in this area is one of the widest in the region, with a 12-foot paved trail, plus a 2-foot gravel shoulder on one side and 6 feet of gravel on the other side. This mixed-surface path offers people on the trail a choice of surfaces and provides more space between people walking and biking.

Trail Construction by Washington State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) -  2019-2020 Design:

WSDOT I-405/Renton to Bellevue RFP - Corridor Widening and ETL.

Public Outreach:

ERC Lakefront Segment Survey Work Notice (April 8, 2019)

Blog Post – Bridging the Gap over I-405 (May 6, 2019) 

King County and WSDOT Community Trail Walk (April 27, 2019) 

Lakefront Segment Opening Event (Sept. 8, 2018) 

WSDOT Trail Design Open House (May 17, 2018) 


Location: I-90 to 108th Ave. NE

Open Trail: In 2018 a one-mile section of soft surface trail opened from the south end of the Cross Kirkland Corridor (108th Avenue Northeast) to 120th Ave NE in Bellevue.

Future Construction: Starting at Coal Creek Parkway, King County will construct the trail through Bellevue, eventually connecting to the Cross Kirkland Corridor. This section will require several major infrastructure projects, including:

  • I-90 Steel Bridge retrofit (currently unfunded)
  • New trail bridge over I-405 (construction 2021-2024)
  • Wilburton Trestle rehabilitation (construction 2022 - 2024)
  • NE 8th Street bridge (construction 2022- 2023)
  • Northup Way Connector (construction starting 2022)

Public Outreach:



A new section of gravel Eastrail connecting Kirkland to Woodinville opened in May 2022. This Eastrail section connects from the north end of the Cross Kirkland Corridor to NE 145 th  in Woodinville near the Chateau Ste. Michelle winery. View map


In 2022 the City of Woodinville constructed a new signalized trail crossing at NE 145th, allowing Eastrail users to access the Sammamish River Trail. 


This new section includes Kirkland’s Willows Road Regional Trail Connection.



42 miles of continuous trail 

ERC Ownership Areas