The Bayshore Bikeway is a 24-mile bicycle facility around the San Diego Bay. Currently, approximately 13 miles of bicycle paths are in use on the Bikeway. The rest of the facility consists of on-street sections designated as either bicycle lanes or bicycle routes.
SANDAG is developing additional improvements to the
Bikeway based on the Bayshore Bikeway Plan, which was adopted by SANDAG in 2006 to identify opportunities to improve the bikeway
along the east side of the Bay.
New Section Complete
On March 24, 2012, construction was completed on a
new 1.8-mile segment of the Bayshore Bikeway between H and Palomar streets in Chula Vista.
This is the first step to completing the
bikeway up the east side of San Diego Bay.
The next section to be constructed will extend the existing bike path across
the Sweetwater River that ends at the National City Marina north to 32nd Street in the City of San Diego. Construction on this project is scheduled to begin by January 2013 and be finished by summer of that year.
Watch the Bayshore Bikeway: 2012 Project Video.