I had been riding on the Cross Seminole Trail for several months, and finally decided to ride it down to Cady Way Trail. The signs for the connection at Aloma and Howell Branch/Hall Roads are clearly marked, making it easy to go from one trail to the other. As with the other trails, you have street crossings which cut across the trails (or the other way around), and as with any street crossing you have to be cognizant of vehicles using the roadways before crossing. But, this should be first or second nature when riding a bike at a street crossing. Also as with most if the street or parking lot crossings, all have handicap crossing plates, or small curb water diversions which you get use to after riding on either of the trails a few times.
Going past Goldenrod Park, through the industrial cut through heading towards the 436 Overpass, this area is mainly flat with some minor hills/inclines. The next landmark is Cady Way Park, which is nice residential/school area. The trail then continues through the back part of Baldwin Park neighborhood and Lake Sussanah, and then to the trailhead at Fashion Square Mall. The trail scenery runs from urban, to industrial, to residential to park like, all of which are very beautiful and interesting. I had no problems navigating the trail, except where it ends/diverts near Lake Sussanah. Again, a quick glance at the TrailLinks map or website would have prevented this issue, but my first time out, I did a lap around the lake before returning to the trail at Beach Blvd. After riding to Lake Baldwin and Susannah a few times, I followed several riders continuing to Fashion Square, or in the opposite direction that I had previously rode. Following these cyclist, I was able to locate the trailhead at Fashion Square which was easy to find, if I had paid attention on my previous rides.
As with the Cross Seminole, Wekiva Trails. I haven't experienced any problems with traffic, traffic crossings, traffic noise, or lack of signage for crossings or trail directions (i just needed to pay attention). The rides on the trail are stress free, scenic and amazing. The trail is filled with walkers, runners, cyclists, or those just taking a break on one of the benches or picnic tables at the parks. The Cady is mainly flat, with light rolling hills, with one major overpass crossing at Route 436 (I usually take it in 5th or 4th rear cog). The trail is well maintained, and whether you have a road, mountain, commuter, or cruiser bike, either would work for use on the trails.