At a stoplight, the second part begins. JPA turns south and runs over a half mile to a major intersection at Dürty Nelly's, passing through a community mostly populated by college students. A grassy median strip divides this part of JPA into two parts, each only a little over a single lane wide, though there are now also bike lanes and parallel parking places.
At Dürty Nelly's, the last part of JPA begins. JPA turns somewhat eastward, crosses the railroad tracks on a bridge, and rambles off into unexplored upper-class white child-rearing neighborhoods. This part is sometimes called "JPA extended," and like the second part, it is divided by a grassy median.