Tag: pathways

New Bridge Day at Corte Madera Creek

On Thursday, July 14th, a group of electeds (and MCBC’s Executive Director) cut the ribbon on the new bridge over Corte Madera Creek by Larkspur Ferry. The event was the culmination of a years-long project to replace the harrowing, narrow path that challenged walkers and bike-riders alike for decades.

Lessons From Point San Pedro Road – How We Deal With Failure

Many of you were following the efforts to make Point San Pedro Road safer for everyone. Unfortunately, this project did not turn out as we had hoped. The good news is that many of you have reached out to ask how you can help. In response, we are accelerating a new organizing model based on the successful Local Teams program of the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition.

Reimagining a Resilient SR 37

State Route 37 has long been a sort of no-go zone for bicyclists. While it serves as the most direct route between Novato in Marin County and Vallejo in Solano County (via Sears Point), it’s attempted by only the most risk-tolerant riders or those with no alternative means of transportation. Learn more about the short and long term plans for this stretch of road spanning four counties.