Silver Strand bikeway
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Silver Strand bikeway 9-mile (14 km) bicycle and pedestrian path in the San Diego area of California. The bikeway travels from Ferry Landing Marketplace to Imperial Beach at sea level with no elevation gain, providing a relatively easy ride. An entry point and parking area is located at Ferry Landing Marketplace.
The bikeway path travels from Ferry Landing Marketplace to Glorietta Boulevard to Silver Strand bikeway. It ends at Imperial Beach on Orange Avenue or at the wetlands and is approximately 9 miles (14 km) long.
Bike path quality in the City of San Diego is coordinated by SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments).
- List of San Diego bike paths - includes information about class I, II, and III bike paths
- List of Los Angeles bike paths
- Travel San Diego: Illustrated City Guide, Phrasebook, and Maps - MobileReference. pp. 123-124.
- Joseph P. Schwieterman (2004). When the Railroad Leaves Town: American Communities in the Age of Rail Line Abandonment. Truman State Univ Press. p. 34. ISBN 978-1-931112-14-7.
Julie A. Winterich (1 January 1993). 500 Great Rail-trails: A Directory of Multi-use Paths Created from Abandoned Railroads. Living Planet Press. p. 11. ISBN 978-1-879326-20-0.
- "Bayshore Bikeway Fact Sheet". Efgh.com. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
- Best Rail Trails California: More Than 70 Rail Trails Throughout the State - Tracy Salcedo-Chourre
- Best Bike Paths of the Southwest: Safe, Scenic and Traffic-Free Bicycling - Wendy Williams
- Route map with detailed pictures
- Efgh.com San Diego and North County Red Routes website
- signonsandiego.com's article about Silver Strand bikeway
- sunset.com's article about Silver Strand bikeway
- efgh.com's article about Silver Strand bikeway and other Coronado/Imperial routes
- 20-mile (32 km), alternate route made by a runner
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