Transportation Archive

Alexander Avenue Campaign a Huge Success

MCBC’s campaign for a safer Alexander Avenue has been a huge success. Thanks to community support, the Golden Gate Bridge Board of Directors agree improvements are necessary.

Wrapping Up Bike Month 2023

That’s a wrap! Bike Month and Bike to Wherever Day 2023 were a huge success. Check out some highlights from our best Bike Month yet!

Cory’s Ride In Marin City

Cory’s Ride is thrilled to announce a transformative partnership with Play Marin! This collaboration aligns with Cory’s Ride’s mission of promoting cycling to youth, fostering inclusivity and community spirit. A new Cory’s Ride group of 15 students from Marin City will join on June 27th for a fun-filled camp focused on bike riding, maintenance, road safety, and navigation.

Cory’s Ride Program Update

2023 is shaping up to be a blockbuster year for the Cory’s Ride program, and we have some wonderful updates to share with you.  As anyone who’s been following along on our journey can attest, Cory’s Ride is already accomplishing so many of the goals that we created for the program, and we’re constantly coming up with new objectives that have us really excited.  Read on to find out what we’ve been up to with Cory’s Ride so far this year. 

Marin 2023 Bike Champion: Dave Rhoads

Help us kick off Bike Month by celebrating our 2023 Bike Champion of the Year! This year, we asked you to nominate someone who inspires others to ride a bike. We’re excited to share this year’s Bike Champion with you: Dave Rhoads. Read on to find our recent conversation with Dave.

Legislative Roundup Spring 2023

The legislature is in session in Sacramento. Read our Spring 2023 Legistlative Roundup to see the bills we’re excited to support, and one we’re cautiously watching…

Get Involved in Re-Opening Alto Tunnel

The single most transformative project in Marin County would be the re-opening of the Alto Tunnel to bicycle and pedestrian travel. The tunnel, dug through the ridge between Mill Valley and Corte Madera by the Northwestern Pacific Railroad in 1884, was boarded up in 1975. But since the 90s, advocates have pushed to repurpose the Alto Tunnel, and other tunnels like it, for active transportation use, allowing people to bypass hills and avoid busy roads.

Update On The Great Redwood Trail

Few projects now underway in California capture the imagination like the Great Redwood Trail. A planned 320-mile multi use pathway connecting San Francisco Bay to Humboldt Bay, the GRT is steadily becoming closer to reality.