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    Pedro Point Coastral Trail Planning Project Survey

    The Pedro Point Coastal Trail Planning Project is looking at route options to connect the City of Pacifica with the Devil's Slide Trail via a multi-use pathway that is accessible for all users. The project is considering several alignments and aims to provide a beautiful, easy-to-use alternative to Highway 1.

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    Surveygizmo'd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DH40 View Post
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    Did you prefer steep and narrow or moderate and wide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Did you prefer steep and narrow or moderate and wide?
    Selfishly, Steep and Narrow, although I secretly wanted moderate and narrow (not an option). I'll never ride that trail but wanted to add my voice to the most extreme side of the equation wherever possible.

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    whats wrong with the existing trail?

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    You can fiill out comments on the last page and also one of the intermediate pages asking for 'moderate and narrow'.

    It's probably most useful for road bikers... But they can handle moderate and narrow too! Maybe not so much the true tourers. Makes for an alternate, or a loop, with the Old San Pedro Road route.

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    I commented that I hope the current informal trail can remain but given that the connections on both ends are paved and moderate that seems like the best choice to maintain continuity. I like to take this trail to get between gray whale cove and fassler when I do a mixed terrain ride in the area

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    That trail already exists and it is pretty nice but it will never be mistaken for a really fun mtb trail - I was told some guy just built it w/out permission so they are probably just trying to legitimize it now

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    On further reflection, they are probably doing this because while the current trail is perfectly fine and well-built, they did not spend a ton of taxpayer $ on it, so they figured they better dump a few million into the project before someone realizes that it shouldn't cost that much to build a simple trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyno View Post
    On further reflection, they are probably doing this because while the current trail is perfectly fine and well-built, they did not spend a ton of taxpayer $ on it, so they figured they better dump a few million into the project before someone realizes that it shouldn't cost that much to build a simple trail
    This has been proven many, many times in many, many places. I helped build many trails in Western NC in the early 90s. Most are still there today. Taxpayer cost = $0.

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