Life beyond the automobile in Southern California

Bike Paths (part 2)

Eaton Wash, Pasadena. A bike path is under consideration for this location.


An easy bike path addition in the San Gabriel Valley would be this existing pathway along the Eaton Canyon wash in Pasadena, which could made bike-ready with minimal upgrades.  This route runs along the Eaton Canyon wash between Altadena and Pasadena and would provide an excellent recreational bike path as well as a convenient north-south route for bike commuters.  This route is currently listed in the L.A. County Department of Public Works bicycle master plan as a future bike path, but there is no timetable for opening it.  There is no doubt this would be a popular route, the only question is, how long will we have to wait?


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2 thoughts on “Bike Paths (part 2)

  1. huhyeah on said:

    probably 2-3 years

  2. Yeah this would be great and not too expensive for the city and county to do.

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