Port of Long Beach South Waterfront-Pier J Bike & Pedestrian Path

Location Long Beach, CA

Owner City of Long Beach

Client Port of Long Beach

  • Bicycle Plans
  • Bikeway and Trail Planning
  • Pedestrian Crossing Study and Design
  • Sign/Signage Inventory
  • Signage & Striping

As a welcome addition to the growing Long Beach bicycle network, the Pier J project provides the community a new way to safely access the Port by bicycle and on foot.

A combination of classes I, II, and III bike paths, a shared use path, innovative bike facilities, landscapes, wayfinding signs, public art/display boards, and two viewing platforms were provided for bicyclists and pedestrians along the south shore ocean front area. As the prime consultant, we led the design of the bike path and managed the subconsultants in accordance with the Port of Long Beach’s standards and requirements.


Awards & Recognitions

  • ACEC California Award – Engineering Excellence
  • APWA SoCal Award – B.E.S.T Traffic, Mobility & Beautification Category
  • APWA SoCal Award – B.E.S.T Traffic, Mobility & Beautification Category (Design)

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