OC Loop Segment O, P, and Q Coyote Creek Bikeway Project involves the construction of a 2.7 mile bikeway along the Coyote Creek flood control channel (i.e., Coyote Creek Channel) in the City of Cerritos on the south, through the City of La Mirada, to the City of Buena Park to the north. The 2.7-mile bikeway is a component of a 66-mile regional bikeway corridor called the OC Loop. The proposed project would, at its southern terminus, begin at the existing Coyote Creek Bikeway (in the City of Cerritos) at the confluence of the north and east forks of the Coyote Creek Channel. The proposed project would trend in a northeast direction for approximately 2.7 miles, where it connects to Segment R of the Coyote Creek Bikeway at La Mirada Boulevard in the City of Buena Park. The proposed project will increase the use of active transportation travel modes, enhance safety and mobility for non-motorized users, advance efforts to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals, improve aesthetics, access and maintenance to the Coyote Creek Channel, and enhance public health. In addition, the proposed project is a safety and mobility enhancement for the County of Orange.