in Awards, Bike/Pedestrian, Bridges 2 May A bicycle and pedestrian transportation spine connecting Anderson Township’s neighborhoods and trail system. Project Type: Shared-use Trail Client: Anderson Township Length: 2.5 miles Construction Cost: $2,400,000 KZF provided preliminary engineering, alternative layouts, final design and coordination of environmental work for a 2.5-mile shared-use trail through a heavily-wooded, suburban area located in an extension corridor area of Five Mile Road. The $2.4M project included design of a unique three-span, concrete beam/timber arch bridge over Cough Creek and Hunley Road. This project was awarded the 2006 Donald C. Schramm Transportation Improvement Award by the American Society of Highway Engineers Triko Valley Section. The trail is an extremely popular arterial within the Township’s Anderson Trail Program.