Chandler Bike Path 2.8 Miles
N. Mariposa St. and W. Chandler Blvd. (Burbank) to Vineland Ave. and W. Chandler Blvd. (North Hollywood)
There is plenty of street parking on Chandler Blvd.
EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF LAND USE AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
In 2004 the City of Burbank converted a railroad track along Chandler Boulevard into the Chandler Bike Path. The path is 2.8 miles, running from N. Mariposa Street (Burbank) to Vineland Ave. (N. Hollywood). Residents enjoy walking, running, riding bikes, scooters and skateboards down the path.
Upon crossing Clybourn Avenue, you have left the city limits of Burbank and entered the Los Angeles neighborhood of North Hollywood. The trail now shifts out of the median to the south side of the road. The surrounding cityscape changes as well from residential neighborhoods to light industrial and retail development.
A collection of murals adorn the sides of the buildings between Clybourn Avenue and the trail's end at Vineland Avenue. The murals were commissioned by Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan's Targeted Neighborhood Initiative Program and created by 19 local artists. The art honors subjects ranging from the movie industry to music, nature, railroads and the bountiful harvest of California's many lush farm fields.