The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has approved a 6-mile public trail extension project in the Peninsula Watershed area that will improve public hiking options and trail access, adding to the existing Fifield-Cahill Ridge Trail.

Called the Southern Skyline Boulevard Ridge Trail Extension Project, the project will create a 6-mile trail extension at the southern end of the 10-mile Fifield-Cahill Ridge Trail in San Mateo County. The extension would parallel upper Highway 35 from the State Route 92 intersection south to Phleger Estate park.

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