The next generation of bike paths is coming soon to a community near you

The next wave of bike trails is here.

The first, a short section of Highway 8, will open in 2019 and will be a four-mile bike path with a detour at a gravel road.

The next one will open this fall.

“The idea is to take the existing trails, put them in a beautiful park, and make them more accessible,” said Shannen Schwinn, the executive director of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), which will lead the project.

The trail system is part of Caltrans’s $25 million Road Safety Investment Program, which has already received $10 million from the federal government.

The agency has also signed a memorandum of understanding with the state of Oregon, which is developing its own bike network.

“The idea here is to make the bicycle trails in the state’s coastal communities as accessible as the rest of the country,” said Caltrans spokesperson Ryan Davis.

Schwinn said that as the roads become safer and more bicycle-friendly, people are eager to explore these new paths, which are often separated by fences.

“It’s a great opportunity to see the impact that these new bike paths will have on the lives of residents,” he said.

The Highway 8 bike trail will be the second of a four bike paths that will open on or around Oct. 20.

The second bike trail, at Highway 9, is due to open in 2020.

California is also planning a second stretch of bike lanes, at the corner of Highway 13 and Highway 4.

“Our vision is to build one or two bike lanes on the west side of Highway 4 that will connect with Highway 8,” said Davis.

“There are many more ways that we can expand the program beyond that, but it is the future of our bike system.”

A bike path will be built along the north side of the Highway 8 bridge in 2019.

(California Department of Motor Vehicles) Another of the new trails will be in the north-central part of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

The California Department, which oversees Caltrans, said the Highway 9 bike path is expected to open later this year.

The two new bike trails will connect to the existing Highway 8 and Highway 9 trails, which have been built over the past two decades.

The former is located near the intersection of Interstate 880 and Highway 895 in Sacramento.

The latter is a two-mile road, built on the southern end of the Delta.

Davis said that the goal of the projects is to “make sure people have access to all the great trails in this region.”

“It is a good place to ride a bike because it’s on the coast, it’s close to nature, and it’s an easy ride,” he told ABC News.

He said the first project is expected in 2021, followed by the second one in 2021. “

I think this is going to make a difference.”

He said the first project is expected in 2021, followed by the second one in 2021.

The Caltrans project is a part of a larger Caltrans initiative to build a network of bike routes.

Caltrans is also building a network to build the statewide ConnectED system.

The system is designed to connect cities and towns, schools and parks, to improve mobility and safety.

“We are excited to work with Caltrans and our partner, the California Bicycle Coalition, to create a system that is connected to every single community in the county, every single neighborhood in the city, every neighborhood in every county,” said Mark Davis, a Caltrans director and a board member for the California Association of Governments (CAG).

The state is working with CalTrans and the coalition to improve the system.

“These are important steps forward for the future safety of the Bay Area,” said California Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, who is also a member of the CAG board.

Caltech will build the first of six new bike lanes along the highway between Sacramento and Oakland, starting in 2021 and extending through 2022.

The lanes will include two green lanes, two red lanes, a three-foot buffer, a one-foot width, and a lane for bikes.

CalTrans is also considering widening the existing highway through Oakland and Berkeley, which currently is 4.2 miles in length.

“This is a great example of how our collaboration and coordination will allow us to take a significant step forward in improving mobility and reducing road congestion,” said Foxx.

“Bikeways can be a way to move people from one location to another faster, and that is especially important for people with disabilities, seniors, people with lower incomes, and people with chronic health conditions who are less able to walk or ride a bicycle.”

The highway will also be upgraded to include new bike lane markings that are visible from the highway.

“Every time you drive past the new bikeway, it sends a signal to the people in the area that this is a safer place to live