Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Cover

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Introduction

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Soos Creek Trail

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Susan Robb, Warmth, Giant Black Toobs

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Implementation.

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Burke-Gilman Trail

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Burke-Gilman Trail

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Brian Borello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014
© Brian Borrello, Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System, 2014: Burke-Gilman Trail

The King County Regional Trails System extends over 175 miles from Bothell to Auburn and Seattle to the Cascades, providing opportunities for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting.

Brian Borrello’s Arts Master Plan outlines a comprehensive vision for the creation of public art and integrated design features that will make the network more distinctive, attractive, and unique. It is intended to serve as a framework for planners, artists, and community members as we creatively shape the trails over the next decade.

The plan defines a unified trails aesthetic and an ethos, or set of guiding principles, for enhancing user experience and articulating the identity of this regional amenity.

Systemwide and alignment-specific approaches to programming are recommended and sites for both permanent and temporary initiatives are featured on an accompanying interactive map with geo-tagged images. The appendices offer more specific information about each trail, with RTS trail design profiles and parameters.

Download the full Arts Master Plan.

Visit the interactive map.

Collection: Arts Master Plan, King County Regional Trails System King County, WA

Brian Borrello spent a year in residence with King County Parks to develop a framework for public art and integrated design features on the Regional Trails System.