San Jose Bay Trail Master Plan, a Master Plan for the San Jose section of the San Francisco Bay Trail system. The approximately 11-mile trail is divided into nine reaches and includes the primary spine route, and three spur routes and will accommodate bicycles and pedestrians.
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