Action Alert Speak Up for Car-Free Roads
Car-free roads make for carefree rides. Over the past two months, people of all ages and skill levels seized the unique, seemingly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ride some of Marin’s most iconic roads–including Ridgecrest Boulevard, Bolinas-Fairfax Road, and Conzelman Road–all without the danger and threat of car traffic.
We were extremely fortunate to enjoy continued bike access on popular park roads that are closed to cars due to the County’s Shelter in Place Order.
We’re working to make sure this isn’t a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. That’s where you come in.
We want to hear from you – take our survey below!
If you rode any of Marin’s car-free roads, we want to hear from you! Please take a few minutes to complete our short survey below and upload photos from your rides. Your testimonials will help us thank park agencies for keeping these roads open to people on bikes and advocate for permanent or periodic closures to cars after the Shelter in Place Order is lifted.
more information about road closures
Parks are once again open to car access, with some exceptions in Pt. Reyes National Seashore.
For the latest news on the County’s Shelter in Place Order and what it means for bicycling in Marin, please visit our Covid-19 Resource Page.
what about slow streets in our cities/towns?
MCBC staff continues to encourage agency officials to bring “slow streets” to our cities and towns. For more information on our slow streets efforts, click here.
members make it happen
All of our work to make bicycling in Marin safe, fun, and accessible relies on your generous giving. Join Marin County Bicycle Coalition today!