Paradise, Calif.—The bike path that runs down the old railroad line through Paradise will be transformed into the Yellowstone Kelly Heritage Trailway starting Tuesday.
The popular trail runs from Pentz Road to south of Neal Road.
Soon there will be crosswalks with pedestrian activated flashing beacons, ADA compliant access ramps, and new pathway lights.
They will also perform widening from 8’ minimum width to 10’ preferred width.
The trailway, only accessible to pedestrians and bicyclists, has been posted with notices to users informing of intermittent closures.
These closures will be enforced on a dayby-day basis only when actual work is being performed on specific trailway segments through town.
Motorists can expect minimal to no impacts as a result of construction.
The 1.3 million dollar project will commemorate the exploits of Yellowstone Kelley a former Paradise resident.
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