Moving in Chula Vista
With a trolley system, an extensive roadway system, numerous trails and pathways, as well freeway connections, there are plenty of travel choices in Chula Vista. The City has a Bikeway Master Plan, Pedestrian Master Plan, and an Urban Core Specific Plan that guides improvements and enhancements for our transportation network.
A Bicycle Paradise
Cycling is encouraged in Chula Vista. There are multiple choices for you to bicycle in and around the city. Chula Vista has nearly 100 miles of dedicated bicycle facilities including more than eight miles of multi-purpose Class I bike paths along the San Diego Bayshore Bikeway, northern Chula Vista and through eastern Chula Vista. On our roadways, Class II bike lanes comprise about 75 miles of facilities throughout the city and our Class III bike routes total about 34 miles.
For the mountain biking enthusiast, we have the Otay Valley River Park that starts by San Diego Bay and ends near the U.S. Olympic Training Center located by the Lower Otay Lakes. In addition, there are numerous hiking and biking trails in our eastern canyons offering plenty of choices for your enjoyment.
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The City has more than 475 miles of roadways and we are committed to keeping our city pedestrian-friendly. Walkability is a key design feature in our historic downtown, established neighborhoods and newer communities. And, our park system has many walking and hiking trails for outdoor recreation.