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Transforming Active Transportation in the Coachella Valley

Welcome to the CV Link, a revolutionary new concept in active and alternative transportation. Led by the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG), CV Link is an award-winning plan to provide access for pedestrians, bicyclists, and low-speed electric vehicles (including golf carts) on a dual pathway that largely parallels Highway 111, the busiest corridor in the valley. CV Link will enable healthier lifestyles, spur economic innovation, and make the Coachella Valley a more sustainable and appealing place to live, work and play for many generations of residents and visitors. It will bring national recognition to the Coachella Valley as a leader in environmentally friendly transportation. As bicycling and walking become more popular modes of transportation and recreation, CV Link will help to reduce deadly conflicts with motorists as well as provide a safer connection to schools, employment centers, public spaces and many valley attractions.

The first segment of CV Link opened on February 23, 2018 stretching from Ramon Road in Cathedral City to Vista Chino in Palm Springs. Another segment is open near Demuth Park in Palm Springs. In 2020, construction will start on nearly 20 additional miles.

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Project at a Glance

Current Phase: Construction
Construction Start Date: 2017
Miles of Pathway: 40 Miles
Jobs to be Created: 690
Lead Agency: CVAG
Contact: cvag@cvag.org

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Thanks to Friends of CV Link for sharing these #CVLink under construction shots!CV Link construction at Bump & Grind. As a reminder, Palm Desert is requesting public input on their CV Link Connector Project. Go to
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I will be riding the link when it joins in with Joe Butler,111 area near the car dealerships. I ride up to 100 miles per week on a gravel bike only on the bike paths and Joe B. But, it's a chain with links, it's not a single "CV link". One broken link renders the entire chain unusable.

Good luck. It sits empty. Huge waste of money.

How many miles of it are currently ready to ride on?

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