The San Francisco Bay Trail project created 500 miles of shoreline biking trail for visitors to the San Francisco area, as well as California residents. The trail project allows for the study, design, and construction of various segments of the trail. They also work to renovate and update trail sections. Some of the trail has yet to be fully developed with paving.
The trail can be broken into sections for those who wish to go only a short distance. The entire trail is a loop with several smaller loops as part of the trail. One section is the San Francisco Peninsula running from San Francisco to Foster City. There is also South Bay from Redwood Shores to Newark, East Bay from Richmond to Haway, and Carniqunez Strait from Vallejo to Richmond. North Bay extends from Petaluma to Napa, and there is Marin County from Novato to Sausalito.
San Francisco Bay Trail is more than just a bike trail. Guide walkers, wildlife watchers, and skaters can also use the miles of trail. At the moment 290 miles of trail are completed, leaving 210 miles of trail there, but not finished. With 40 different routes to take guests can try something new each time.