Groundbreaking ceremony set for Rose Creek Bikeway
Published - 01/24/18 - 04:30 PM | 1418 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
SANDAG, the City of San Diego, and the San Diego Bicycle Coalition will join community members and bike enthusiasts for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Rose Creek Bikeway, a two mile  bike and pedestrian path separated from vehicle traffic at 9 a.m. Jan. 25 at 5070 Santa Fe St.

The Rose Creek Bikeway is part of the Coastal Rail Trail, a planned continuous bike route that runs approximately 44 miles between Oceanside and Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego. The Coastal Rail Trail is being constructed in segments by SANDAG and the various cities it traverses.

When completed, the Rose Creek Bikeway  will provide a  14-foot-wide paved path with environmentally-sensitive lighting for added public safety. The bikeway will include undercrossings at Interstate 5 and Mission Bay Drive, as well as a 260-foot-long bridge over Rose Creek. 

The Rose Creek Bikeway will complete two miles  of the Regional Bike Network. The bikeway will connect points to the north such as Sorrento Valley, University City, and UC San Diego with  points to the south such as Mission Bay, Pacific Beach, Mission Valley, and Downtown San Diego.

This segment will begin at the north end of Santa Fe Street and head south where it will connect to the existing bike path at Damon Street and Mission Bay Drive, just a short distance north of the Mike Gotch Memorial Bridge over Rose Inlet of Mission Bay. 

The Rose Creek Bikeway  is anticipated to be open to the public in early 2020.To learn more, visit KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/RoseCreekBikeway.
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