Pedestrian Archive

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.

Improving Biking Through the San Anselmo Hub

The San Anselmo Hub is the single busiest intersection in Marin County, with nearly 65,000 cars (and a very large number of bus riders and bicyclists) traveling through it every day. But it has many shortcomings. Participate in the Hub Transportation Study by attending upcoming community meetings and make your voice heard.

What We’re Excited About in 2022

As a new year begins, what do we have to look forward to? A lot, it turns out! 2022 promises to be an exciting one, with several projects long in the making finally breaking ground. While there is still much to push for, we wanted to take a moment to talk about the past wins that the bike community of Marin will soon benefit from.

Take the Butterfield Road Safety Survey and Win!

MCBC is working with a coalition of Sleepy Hollow residents, staff from Supervisor Katie Rice’s office, and the Marin County and San Anselmo Departments of Public Works to improve safety on Butterfield Road. Take the survey and make your voice heard.

The Golden Gate Bridge Speed Limit and Other Policy Changes

The Golden Gate Bridge District Board of Directors adopted a new set of policies resulting from the Bicycle Safety Study. This was widely publicized in the Marin IJ and the Chronicle, with heavy focus on the potential for riders being cited for speeding. While a new enforceable speed limit was indeed part of the new regulations, there are several other wins that we want folks to know about.

Key Link Planned on Paradise Drive

Starting this month, the Town of Corte Madera is kicking off a project to improve this segment of road, a decision applauded by MCBC. Read more about the improvement and options…

Mill Valley- Sausalito Path

On Monday, October 18th through Tuesday, October 19th, Marin County Parks will close a portion of the Mill Valley-Sausalito Pathway for resurfacing. As anyone who has ridden the pathway knows, the pavement is badly in need of repair, and we applaud the effort to smooth out the ride for cyclists.

Riding Toward a Safer Golden Gate Bridge

Crossed by thousands of riders on a daily basis, the Golden Gate Bridge is a crucial piece of the Bay Area’s transportation network, and the only way for people in Marin to reach San Francisco by bicycle. And yet, the bridge’s two sidewalks are a hotly contested space, shared by commuters, recreational riders, tourists, pedestrians, and maintenance workers alike, leading to predictably dangerous conditions for riders.