Minor Construction Activities on the San Gabriel River Trail

Posted on April 9th, by admin in Construction, Safety. 2 comments

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The cones are located south of the 7th Street Overcrossing

In the coming weeks you may notice cones and warning signs placed on the San Gabriel Bike Path, just south of the 7th Street overcrossing. Los Angeles County Public Works is conducting activities to improve the levee underneath the bike path. Please exercise caution when passing the cone zone, and be mindful of opposing traffic. This area has a paved shoulder, so there should still be plenty of room for two bicycles to pass one another comfortably.SouthboundNorthbound

2 responses to “Minor Construction Activities on the San Gabriel River Trail”

  1. James says:

    Has LB not any new on street facilities since the last update? Are there any plans for 2015? Has the bicycle plan been quietly shelved?

  2. Darlene says:

    It’s easily the prettiest stretch of the entire river trail, not only because the concrete river lining is replaced by rocks and plants as the river nears the ocean, but also because the best parks – large, such as El Dorado, and small, such as Liberty Park – most of them well-maintained and inviting, dot its banks.

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