Public ribbon cutting set for Wednesday, Nov. 14, for path linking transit center, Beaverton Central.

The City of Beaverton has announced the opening of the Crescent Connection Trail. Beaverton

This new trail provides a shared use path linking the Beaverton Transit Center, the busiest transit center in the region, to Beaverton Central and the future home of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts.

The community is invited to attend a ribbon cutting celebration for the trail from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, featuring coffee, light refreshments and a temporary art installation along the trail with words by Rebecca Solnit, as written by "The Scribblist" — Amanda Donahue, is a local artist who is known for her modern brush lettering, traditions of pointed pen and custom chalkboard creations.

The event will take place on the trail just east of the intersection of Hall Boulevard and Crescent Street. Parking is available in the surface lots off of Crescent Street for up to three hours, and in the parking garage on Millikan Way.

The Crescent Connection Trail is part of a larger vision to connect the Fanno Creek Trail to the Tualatin Hills Nature Park. The trail is an ODOT Flexible Funds and federal aid project.

For more information about this project, visit the website.