Construction of the Pico Rivera Regional Bikeway Project is now underway along Mines Avenue from Paramount Boulevard to east of Rimbank Avenue.
The Project will consist of constructing a 1.1-mile protected bicycle lane along the south side of Mines Avenue that will connect to regional trails along the Rio Hondo Channel and San Gabriel River.
In addition to the bicycle lanes, improvements within the project limits include pavement reconstruction, construction of bio-swales for stormwater capture, ADA improvements, traffic signal modifications at the intersections of Paramount Boulevard at Mines Avenue and Rosemead Boulevard at Mines Avenue, landscaping improvements and signage. The Project will utilize sustainable native and drought-tolerant plants, shrubs, and trees to reduce water consumption.
The Project is anticipated to be completed in Summer 2024. Construction will be completed in phases along Mines Avenue to limit impacts to the residents and businesses. Motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes during construction, as we anticipate this will cause traffic and delays.
The project’s overall goals are to provide a safe regional bicycle connection to existing trails, promote active transportation, promote stormwater quality, and beautify the community.
For more information about the Pico Rivera Regional Bikeway Project, call the City’s Public Works Department at 562.801.4421