Bicycles and Pedestrians
The Bayshore Bikeway is a regional bicycle facility that will eventually extend 24 miles around San Diego Bay, providing a vital and scenic connection to tourist destinations well as major bayfront employers. Currently, approximately 15 miles of bicycle paths have been built. The rest of the facility consists of on-street sections designated as either bicycle lanes or bicycle routes.
Please note: The Bayshore Bikeway closure between J Street and H Street in Chula Vista has been extended until July 2015 while the San Diego Unified Port District completes drainage improvements in the area. Use bike lanes on Bay Boulevard as an alternative route.
Construction began on the first phase of Segment 4 in October 2014 along Harbor Drive from Vesta Street to 32nd Street. This phase is expected to be completed in spring 2015. The remainder of Segments 4 and 5, from Vesta Street to Bay Marina Drive in National City, will be constructed once right-of-way agreements for two rail crossings are finalized. These improvements are funded by a combination of funds totaling $5.35 million, including a $2.5 million grant from the California State Coastal Conservancy, as well as federal Transportation Enhancement funds and the Regional TransNet sales tax for transportation.
Watch the Bayshore Bikeway: 2012 Project Video.
SANDAG is developing additional improvements to the bikeway along the east side of the Bay based on the Bayshore Bikeway Plan, which was adopted in 2006.
View our Bayshore Bikeway photo album on Facebook.
For more information visit KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/BayshoreBikeway.
Stephan Vance, Senior Regional Planner
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