Interstate 205 Bike Path
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The Interstate 205 Bike Path is a bicycle and pedestrian trail running along Interstate 205 from Vancouver, Washington to Oregon City, Oregon, United States. It parallels the highway and the I-205 Transitway. It has a paved surface. It was constructed in the early 1980s, and is over 11 miles (18 km) long, running from SE Evergreen Highway and 120th Avenue on the Vancouver side of the Columbia River to a mile south of Clackamas Town Center. The multi-use path is managed by the Oregon Department of Transportation.
The MAX Green Line, which opened in fall 2009, parallels much of the Interstate 205 Bike Path.
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|I-84 intersection I-205|
|Gateway Transit Center|
|SE Fuller Rd MAX Station|
|Clackamas Town Center mall|
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