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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5850-5851



5850.  The Association of Bay Area Governments shall develop and
adopt a plan and implementation program, including a financing plan,
for a continuous recreational corridor which will extend around the
perimeter of San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. The plan shall include
a specific route of a bicycling and hiking trail, the relationship
of the route to existing park and recreational facilities, and links
to existing and proposed public transportation facilities.
   The plan shall do all of the following:
   (a) Provide that designated environmentally sensitive areas,
including wildlife habitats and wetlands, shall not be adversely
affected by the trail.
   (b) Provide for appropriate buffer zones along those portions of
the bikeway system adjacent to designated environmentally sensitive
areas.
   (c) Provide that the land and funds used for trail construction
and planning are not considered mitigation for wetlands losses.
   (d) Provide alternative routes to avoid impingement on
environmentally sensitive areas.
   (e) Provide that no motorized vehicles, except to the extent
necessary for emergency services, be allowed on the trail.
   The association shall submit the plan to the Legislature not later
than January 1, 1989.



5851.  The Association of Bay Area Governments shall establish a
policy committee, which includes members of appropriate environmental
organizations, to oversee development and implementation of the
trail.
   A cooperative working relationship shall be established with the
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, the
Metropolitan Transportation Commission, state and federal agencies,
and all other cities, counties, and districts, including school
districts, which are affected by the proposed trail.
   The association shall establish an advisory committee representing
groups concerned with environmental and ecological protection of the
bay and groups representing bicycling and other relevant
recreational activities.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5850-5851

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5850-5851



5850.  The Association of Bay Area Governments shall develop and
adopt a plan and implementation program, including a financing plan,
for a continuous recreational corridor which will extend around the
perimeter of San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. The plan shall include
a specific route of a bicycling and hiking trail, the relationship
of the route to existing park and recreational facilities, and links
to existing and proposed public transportation facilities.
   The plan shall do all of the following:
   (a) Provide that designated environmentally sensitive areas,
including wildlife habitats and wetlands, shall not be adversely
affected by the trail.
   (b) Provide for appropriate buffer zones along those portions of
the bikeway system adjacent to designated environmentally sensitive
areas.
   (c) Provide that the land and funds used for trail construction
and planning are not considered mitigation for wetlands losses.
   (d) Provide alternative routes to avoid impingement on
environmentally sensitive areas.
   (e) Provide that no motorized vehicles, except to the extent
necessary for emergency services, be allowed on the trail.
   The association shall submit the plan to the Legislature not later
than January 1, 1989.



5851.  The Association of Bay Area Governments shall establish a
policy committee, which includes members of appropriate environmental
organizations, to oversee development and implementation of the
trail.
   A cooperative working relationship shall be established with the
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, the
Metropolitan Transportation Commission, state and federal agencies,
and all other cities, counties, and districts, including school
districts, which are affected by the proposed trail.
   The association shall establish an advisory committee representing
groups concerned with environmental and ecological protection of the
bay and groups representing bicycling and other relevant
recreational activities.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5850-5851

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5850-5851



5850.  The Association of Bay Area Governments shall develop and
adopt a plan and implementation program, including a financing plan,
for a continuous recreational corridor which will extend around the
perimeter of San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. The plan shall include
a specific route of a bicycling and hiking trail, the relationship
of the route to existing park and recreational facilities, and links
to existing and proposed public transportation facilities.
   The plan shall do all of the following:
   (a) Provide that designated environmentally sensitive areas,
including wildlife habitats and wetlands, shall not be adversely
affected by the trail.
   (b) Provide for appropriate buffer zones along those portions of
the bikeway system adjacent to designated environmentally sensitive
areas.
   (c) Provide that the land and funds used for trail construction
and planning are not considered mitigation for wetlands losses.
   (d) Provide alternative routes to avoid impingement on
environmentally sensitive areas.
   (e) Provide that no motorized vehicles, except to the extent
necessary for emergency services, be allowed on the trail.
   The association shall submit the plan to the Legislature not later
than January 1, 1989.



5851.  The Association of Bay Area Governments shall establish a
policy committee, which includes members of appropriate environmental
organizations, to oversee development and implementation of the
trail.
   A cooperative working relationship shall be established with the
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, the
Metropolitan Transportation Commission, state and federal agencies,
and all other cities, counties, and districts, including school
districts, which are affected by the proposed trail.
   The association shall establish an advisory committee representing
groups concerned with environmental and ecological protection of the
bay and groups representing bicycling and other relevant
recreational activities.


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