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Highway 237 Bikeway
Location
The Highway 237 Bikeway is located in north San Jose, adjacent to the highway, and links Milpitas and Sunnyvale. 

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Description
The bikeway is directly along the highway. Its proximity to the highway makes it a commuter-serving trail.  The bikeway is an off-street facility between Sunnyvale and Milpitas, except for an on-street bikeway between North First Street and Zanker.  

The Lower Guadalupe River Trail can be accessed directly from the bikeway. Travel westbound to the Sunnyvale section of the Bay Trail occurs via the Gold Street connector (off-street path along roadway).  

Distance
5.0 miles. 

Map
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TEMPORARY CLOSURE (Southside Bikeway, from Zanker to Coyote Creek Trail)
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Closure starts Tuesday February 10.  Expected to be in place until April.  Follow @SanJoseTrails on Twitter for updates on this closure and other trail news.

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Designation
The reach of the bikeway along the north side of the highway, from Zanker Road to Coyote Creek is designated as part of the San Francisco Bay Trail and the Juan Bautista De Anza National Historic Trail.  

Planning Documents
There are no studies or master plans for this trail system as the bikeway was initially developed by Caltrans as a mitigation improvement for loss of off-street pedestrian and bike facilities.

Designations
The Highway 237 Bikeway is designated as part of the National Recreation Trail

The reach from Zanker Road to Coyote Creek is recognized as part of the San Francisco Bay Trail and the Juan Bautista National Historic Trail.