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However, construction on Highway 52 is complete, and the diversion appears to be a permanent bike path. The path begins next to the onramp to westbound Highway 52 on the north side of Mast Blvd. Thomas H6, N 32 It runs west along the north side of Highway 52, separated from it by K-rails, which are often used as temporary barriers.
However, these barriers look permanent.
The ramp passes under Santo Road and curves around to the west side. A bike lane on the south side of Highway 52 has been closed. Eastbound bicyclists must use the path. North of the gate, the east lane of Father Junipero Serra Trail is open to motor vehicles, but it is one-way northbound, and it has a very low speed limit, enforced by speed bumps.
The west lane has been converted into a two-way bicycle and pedestrian path.
It runs along the Second San Diego Aqueduct and was probably built for access to a cylindrical aqueduct structure near the south end of the path. An unpaved hiking path runs west from the north end of the path.
The path is very steep, so most bicyclists will have to walk up it. Thomas F6runs north near Woodside Ave. I expect this path to disappear when the vacant lot next to it is developed.
However, the path and the vacant lot seem to be getting some recreational use. This is a very busy and complex intersection, but there are pedestrian signals that a bicyclist can use to enter or leave the path.
However, bicyclists will have to be patient because the signal cycle time is quite long. The path runs north along the west side of Highway 67 and passes under Highway 67 along the south bank of the San Diego River. The path turns north and then east and ends on the west side of Ashwood Street just south of the entrance to Cactus County Park Thomas B2, N 32 Bicyclists turning left from Ashwood Street to the path, or vice-versa, will find it hard to turn safely because Ashwood Street carries a lot of fairly high-speed traffic and a curve in the street north of the path makes it difficult to see southbound traffic.
There is at least informal access to the path from Cactus County Park in several places, and from the north end of Vine Street. The east end of the path is next to a park restroom.
The path is paved with asphalt west of Highway 67 and with concrete elsewhere. The name "El Capitan" is official. Bicyclists traveling north or south through this area had to detour through the Grossmont College campus. That part of Fanita Dr. The path begins on the north side of Navajo Road, just west of the exit from southbound Highway Thomas A4, N 32 Large one-way and do-not-enter signs next to the path apply to the exit ramp, not the bike path!
The path runs north along the west edge of Highway to the south side of Grossmont College Drive, just west of the entrance to southbound Highway It then turns northwest, runs 0.
The path is paved with smooth asphalt, it is approximately 14 feet wide, and it has street lights. It is thought by some to be redundant, because the part of Friars Road east of Napa Street has bike lanes in both directions, and the part west of Napa Street has a westbound bike lane.
The west end is especially bad, with sizable dips that collect rainwater. The bike lanes are quite smooth because Friars road was resurfaced more recently. Bicyclists approaching the path from the east on Friars Road should probably stay in the bike lane on the north side of Friars Road and cross over to the bike path at Via Las Cumbres, where there is a traffic light.
Some westbound bicylists ride along the sidewalk on the south side of Friars Road from Fashion Valley Road to reach the east end of this path.
If you do that, ride slowly and watch carefully for motorists emerging from driveways. They will not be looking for you. Friars Road passes under Morena Blvd. However, there is no formal access to Friars Road from either of them. There is a stairway of some kind between the east side of Pacific Highway and the north side of Friars Road, but only a rough dirt path connects it to Pacific Highway.
This bike path is closed during the month on July while a pipeline of some kind is being laid. This bike path is a vital link for bicyclists traveling along the Murphy Canyon corridor.If you dislike riding your bicycle in traffic, the red routes on the RideLink bike map may appeal to you.
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