Completed in the Last Two Months

  • Two alleys south of Commercial Street have been rebuilt with concrete pavement inlaid with ceramic designs and added lighting and a parking lot at Blaine and Jefferson has been rebuilt with landscaping, lighting, and pedestrian features. 
  • A new Riverside Bridge has been completed in Christian County with a walk/bike path along one side.
  • Crosswalks have been added or enhanced and pedestrian actuated flashing lights added at Grant Avenue and Calhoun Street, Walnut Lawn Street and Broadway Avenue, and Blackman Road and Dan Kinney Family Center/Lomita Street.
  • Springfield has passed a new ordinance that requires drivers to stop for people on foot withing a street crosswalk or people within three feet of the curb at a crosswalk that intend to cross the street.

Other Recently Completed Construction

  • South Creek Trail has been extended to the recently completed bridge on Barrington Avenue (south of Battlefield Road east of West Bypass) and the rolling pavement north of Battlefield Road has been replaced.
  • Jordan Creek Trail in West Meadows, a one-half mile out and back trail east from Fort Avenue north of College Street, is complete.
  • The Fremont Avenue widening to five lanes including a 10-foot side path on the west side and five-foot sidewalk on the east side between Sunset Street and Battlefield Road is complete. 
  • A 0.85-mile segment of the Chadwick Flyer Trail has been opened in Ozark from N 21st Street north along the west side of N 22nd Street 0.58 mile and curving west another 0.27 mile. 
  • An underpass under US Highway 60 south of Hunt Road in Willard is open connecting to a mile of sidewalk along Hunt Road connecting several subdivisions.
  • A new 1.5-mile segment of Fulbright Spring Trail is open between Lost Hill Park and David C Murray Park. This results in a 7.0-mile trail segment from Truman School to Ritter Springs Park.

Other Current Construction

  • Jackson Street (Route 14) in Ozark is being widened to five lanes between 16th Street and the Finley River bridge including trail crossings under Jackson Street near 12th Street and near 16th Street to be completed by fall 2021. Trails will connect the Ozark Community Center with the Junior High School, the High School, and Ozark Innovation Center.
  • Fellows Lake Dirt 66 Phase One including 6.65 miles of natural surface single-track trail is under construction and on track to be complete in February. 

Funded Construction (completion within next year)

  • Fasnight Creek Trail will be constructed from Jefferson Avenue to Kimbrough Avenue and from Holland Avenue to Clay Avenue this spring.
  • Galloway Creek Trail will be reconstructed from south of Sequiota Park to Republic Road this spring 
  • A trail will be built from Galloway Creek Trail to the intersection of Lone Pine Avenue and Greenwood Street including a HAWK traffic signal, connecting Brentwood neighborhood to the trail this spring. 
  • Traffic Calming projects will be constructed at South Avenue and Pershing Street, Cherry Street and Pickwick Avenue, Jefferson Avenue and Elm Street, and Benton Avenue and Calhoun Street
  • A sidewalk is to be constructed along West Division Street from Kansas Expressway to West Avenue
  • Additional walkway/trail is to be added to East Commons (at East Trafficway and National Avenue)
  • The Jefferson Avenue Footbridge over the BNSF Railroad is to be rehabilitated and accessible features added 
  • Phases 2, 3, and 4 of Dirt 66 which together will add five miles of single-track trail on the east end of the north shore of Fellows Lake are being advertised for bid.

Under Design

  • The Grant Avenue Parkway Project visioning process is underway. Get information at  Grant Avenue from Walnut Street to Sunshine Street will be reconstructed to include a side path on one side, improved 5-foot sidewalk on other side, underground utilities, landscaping, improved lighting, and other features funded by a BUILD Grant. 
  • Lone Pine Bike Park west of Galloway Trail between Southern Hills Boulevard and Covington Street has been developed by local residents who constructed a one-mile loop single track trail and several down-hill and technical trails. Ozark Greenways and Springfield-Greene County Parks Department are developing a plan to make this park permanent and add other features.
  • Division Street from Fremont Avenue to Glenstone Avenue is to be widened to three lanes with 10-foot sidepath on south side connecting to Jordan Creek Trail and sidewalk on north side
  • Republic Road between James River Freeway and Fairview Avenue including Campbell Avenue intersection is to be widened to two through lanes east and west, double left turn lanes, right-turn slip lanes, bike lanes, sidewalks and pedestrian signals.  Bike lanes are to be extended from James River Freeway to Kansas Avenue.
  • Galloway Road from Luster Avenue to Lone Pine Avenue is to be widened and levelled including two through lanes and a two-way left turn lane on a curb and gutter street and a sidewalk on one side and a bicycle sidepath on the other side and intersection modifications at each end
  • Central Street between Clay Avenue and Jefferson Avenue is to be reconstructed as a complete street with a sidewalk on one side and a sidepath on the other and a roundabout at Benton Avenue
  • The bridge on Main Avenue over Jordan Creek will be rebuilt including sidewalk and sidepath on roadway surface
  • Walnut Street bridge over Jordan Creek is to be replaced including provision for trail along Jordan Creek 
  • Fassnight Creek Trail will be extended from Kimbrough Avenue to the Springfield Art Museum.
  • Cherokee Trail of Tears Trail will be constructed as a walk-bike trail through Battlefield City Park with connections to public streets west and north of the park.
  • City of Republic and Greene County will acquire right-of-way for a walk/bike trail along Elm Street and Farm Road 182 between Matteson Avenue and State Highway ZZ.


  • Springfield’s Comprehensive Plan update Forward SGF is underway. Map your priorities at and learn about the update of Springfield’s Comprehensive Plan.