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Asia Supermarket and Pepe's: A look at Valley Boulevard

Nathan Solis took to Valley Boulevard on July 10 to capture the signs and sights of one of Alhambra's main thoroughfares. Check out his photos below. Do you have any photos of Valley Boulevard you would like to share? Email them to [email protected] for a chance to be featured on the site!

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that pedestrians must share the sidewalk with bicyclists. We apologize for the error.

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3 thoughts on “Asia Supermarket and Pepe's: A look at Valley Boulevard”

  1. No not break law

    The photo caption reads “Valley does not have any bicycle lanes, so pedestrians must share the sidewalk with people on bikes.” As far as I know, bikes are not allowed on sidewalks; it is illegal. So, pedestrians are not supposed to share the sidewalk with people on bikes. The bikers need to share the road with motorists. Alhambra Source should get the law straight and should not spread the wrong idea to readers.

    1. Hello — thank you for your note. I have made the correction. We appreciate you helping us keep our stories accurate! -Nasrin Aboulhosn, managing editor

  2. Some cities can only dream of having such amazing streets like Valley. We have Valley AND Main St. We are very fortunate to live in such a great place.