Bob Jones Trail Gets a Boost!
Congratulations to the @SLOCountyGov for being awarded the second largest state Active Transportation Program grant for the Bob Jones Trail extension of the gap closure of the City-to-Sea path. The proposed Bob Jones Trail gap closure connects from the existing trail terminus near Avila/Pismo Beach at the Ontario Road park-and-ride lot to a new trail head at the Octagon Barn. This trail will be ~4.5 miles with portions that will cross Caltrans Right of Way beneath a US 101 bridge, avoid the safety hazards of high speed frontage roads, and eliminate at grade crossings. The grant application was a team effort of County leaders and grass roots volunteers. Wallace Group was pleased to help in this effort to make this new corridor vision possible for our community. Wallace Group is proud to continue the design work for this amazing community project that will allow generations to come to travel safely, enjoy the outdoors and soak in the Bob Jones City to Sea Bike Trail. We will soon be able to travel by walking, running, or cycling along this trail while staying safe and healthy.