The Redmond Central Connector will redefine Downtown Redmond and connect the City’s historic downtown with its Town Center area for the first time. The City has grown from its historic logging town into an urban center and the redevelopment of the vacant railroad corridor will transform the downtown core to bring new commercial, retail, and office opportunities, new jobs, and new visitors to the area.
The implementation of this project has been a goal of the City since the concept of acquiring the railroad right of way for trail use was developed into policies that were adopted in the 1997 Comprehensive Plan. The City ultimately acquired the railroad right of way in 2010 and immediately began a public process to envision concepts for the Redmond Central Connector. This resulted in a master plan that was adopted in 2011.
RCC Phase II RFP Presentation
Commissioned Art for the Project
Specifications Part 1
Specifications Part 2
Bridge Inspection Report
Online Review Version
Appendix A - Infrastructure Alignment Plan
Appendix B - Planning Review
Appendix C - Art Integration
Appendix D - Public Involvement Summary
Appendix E - Trolley Study
Appendix F - SEPA Checklist
Appendix G - Cost Estimate