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OC Loop Bikeway Segments O,P,Q

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OC Loop Bike Riders


  • 2.7 mile new bikeway along the Coyote Creek Channel closing the gap between the Coyote Creek Channel in Cerritos to La Mirada Boulevard in Buena Park.
  • Segment O has grade separated crossings at Valley View Avenue and Artesia Boulevard; Segment P has grade  separated crossings at Firestone Boulevard, I-5 and the  rail tracks; and Segment Q has grade separated  crossings at the both rail tracks and Stage Road.
  • Walking and biking connection to four parks and three schools within 1/2 mile of the bikeway.
  • Completes a critical missing segment of the 66-mile OC Loop connecting the foothills to the beach.


  • Bridges the 2.7-mile gap in existing Coyote Creek Bikeway
  • Provides safe, off-road bikeway connections: west to the beach, north to Santa Fe Springs and east to La Habra.
  • Connects the adjacent neighborhoods to work, school and regional amenities
  • Provides safe crossings of freeways, waterways, and arterial roadways.
  • Supports active lifestyles and strategies to protect air quality
  • Dedicated Off-Street Path
  • Improves Access to Jobs, Parks, and Schools


OC Loop Segments OPQ Map


OC Loop Segments OPQ Timeline


Design Community Outreach

We're currently seeking community feedback. Take our survey in English or Spanish by Monday, June 13, 2022.



June 5, 2022 (Clark Park)

June 2, 2022
Virtual Meeting Video Recording 06.02.22 ondemand_video
Presentation Slides 06.02.22 picture_as_pdf

May 21, 2022 (Bellis Park)

Project Contact

Shannon Widor
(714) 667-9759​​​​



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