Pedestrian Archive

New Bike Lanes On Butterfield Road

Learn about the new bike lanes on Butterfield Road and find out how we worked together to help make Butterfield Road safe for everyone.

Bike Lanes on E. Blithedale are Here

For a long while we have been waiting for proper bike lanes to be installed on E. Blithdale Ave. Finally, the wait is over! However, the lanes are far from perfect and there is still work to be done. We rode the new lanes so you can know what to look forward to, what to look out for, and what we need to do to continue to improve them.

SMARTer by the Year

We dug into the FY 23 budget for SMART (Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit) and found a lot to like. Read on to learn about the highlights and some of our thoughts on the agency’s direction (the budget, for the curious, is linked here in full).

The Merrydale Promenade

On Monday April 18, 2022 the San Rafael City Council will meet in-person for the first time in over two years at City Hall in Downtown San Rafael. On the agenda is a new pathway connection, long sought by Terra Linda residents and community organizations including WTB-TAM and MCBC. The pathway would connect Northgate Shopping Center at the intersection of Merrydale Road and Las Gallinas Avenue to the Marin Civic Center SMART station. Read on to learn about the Merrydale Promenade.

MCBC Helps Bring $3.4 Million in Bike Projects to Marin

Millions in bike project wins thanks to members like you. It’s spring in California, and MCBC has been hard at work planting the seeds of future bikeways. We’ve got updates on three projects that have recently been awarded funding thanks to our advocacy, and that of our supporters. In total, these projects represent a $3.4 million dollar investment in improving biking in Marin!

Making Butterfield Road Safe for Everyone

Since mid-2021, MCBC has been working with a group of parents and community members to improve Butterfield Road in San Anselmo and Sleepy Hollow for all of its many users. Learn about the results of the recent Butterfield Road Safety Survey.

No More Traffic Deaths In Marin

The United States is in the midst of a crisis of traffic violence. In the first nine months of last year, over 31,000 people were killed in crashes, the most in nearly a generation. Marin County is no exception. Read more about the crisis of traffic violence in Marin, and learn how you can call for action.