New Bike Path Opens in Redondo Beach

From a press release:

The City of Redondo Beach recently completed construction on the Bay Cities / North Redondo
Beach Bikeway. The bikeway provides a critical “green” transportation link between corporate
employers in the northern sections of the South Bay and residential communities to the south.

Adding another link in the human-powered bike trails in the South Bay, the Redondo Beach
portion of the bikeway begins connects the final segment of the Torrance bikeway at Anza
and 190th Street and concludes as a bike lane as it unites to the MTA/Redondo Beach Green
Line Station on Marine Avenue.

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