CAMP PENDLETON (CNS) - Bicyclists using the popular bike path across Camp Pendleton will have to use the adjacent freeway this week, as the Marines base plans military operations starting Monday, base officials said.
The bike path, which uses the old U.S. 101 pavement, will be closed through Friday, and bicyclists will be detoured onto the emergency lanes of Interstate 5.
To avoid conflicts with merging traffic, bike riders will need to exit the freeway at all off-ramps, and then re-enter the freeway at on-ramps, at Los Pulgas Road, the rest areas, the view area and the pair of inspection stations between Oceanside and San Clemente.
Detour procedures will be posted on the route.
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