Droga Różowa street is a route running within Droga Gdyńska and Lotników streets leaving out Downtown Gdynia, which is an alternative route relieving the main Tri-City thoroughfare.
The road is located on the west side of the SKM railway tracks and connects Warszawska and Śląska streets with Wielkopolska street. Droga Różowa took its name from the colour architects used to mark it on the map in the 1970s.
The G-2/2 class of route was designed so as to allow upgrading its parameters in the future up to GP-2/3 class. The design and implementation of the Street was divided into four stages.
As part of stage one the main intersection of the route was reconstructed, i.e. F. Cegielskiej Junction. This junction includes the following streets: Śląska (class G-2/2), Piłsudskiego (class Z 1/3), Witomińska (class Z 1/2), Warszawska (class L - 1/2) and Białostocka (class D-1/2). In the following construction stages of Droga Różowa Street, F. Cegielskiej Junction was connected with Łużycka street (stage-II length 1500.0m), with Stryjska street (stage-III length 700,0m) and with Wielkopolska (stage-IV with a total length of 1500.0m). The whole task also covered the construction of sidewalks and bicycle lanes, acoustic baffles, a central heating channel and overhead network with a distribution box and a flyover. The trolley-bus traction was reconstructed and collisions with the remaining underground facilities were reconstructed and eliminated.