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Trails & Non-Motorized Facilities

Providing safe, convenient routes for pedestrians and bicyclists

Non-motorized facilities weave our communities together, improve livability, and promote healthy lifestyles. Parametrix designs safe spaces dedicated to people and seamless connections to places where people live, work, and play.

Non-Motorized Transportation | Parametrix
Non-Motorized Transportation Plan 
​Bremerton, Washington
Client: ​​City of ​Bremerton

Parametrix worked with the City of Bremerton to develop their long-range non-motorized transportation plan. The plan included suggestions for scenic boardwalks, pathways, sidewalk improvements, safe street crossings, amenities for ADA compliance, bicycle facilities to encourage active lifestyles, safe pathways for children to walk and bike to school, and concepts for reducing traffic congestion. Existing facilities were inventoried and strategies were developed for system wide improvements. Plan recommendations were guided by extensive community involvement through public workshops and input from City staff, stakeholder groups, and Bremerton residents.



  • East Lake Sammamish Trail | Parametrix

    East Lake Sammamish Trail

  • Five Mile Creek Pathway | Parametrix

    Five Mile Creek Pathway

  • Non-Motorized Transportation | Parametrix

    Non-Motorized Transportation Plan

  • Lehi Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan | Parametrix

    Lehi Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan

  • North Creek Trail | Parametrix

    North Creek Trail

  • Safe Routes to Schools | Parametrix

    Safe Routes to Schools Action Plan


“I wanted to thank you and the Parametrix team for the outstanding support you have provided the County on the East Lake Sammamish Trial Project. Parametrix’s complete understanding of the controversies surrounding the East Lake Sammamish Trail Project, the complexities in dealing with multiple jurisdictions, and the difficulties with regard to constraints surrounding the County’s budget has been critical in Parametrix and the County’s ability to identify and quantify risks associated with the project’s cost and schedule.”

Gina Auld, King County