The Central Marin Regional Pathways Gap Closure Project is an infrastructure project that has spanned more than 10 years of planning efforts involving a wide range of stakeholders, including: the Town of Corte Madera, City of Larkspur, Transportation Authority of Marin, Caltrans, Bay Trail, local citizens, advocacy groups, and school parents. These efforts resulted in the prioritization of the project as the top ATP application for both the Town of Corte Madera and City of Larkspur. The Central Marin Regional Pathways Gap Closure Project sits at the nexus of five active transportation pathways and routes. These routes are routinely used for more than 1.6 million active transportation trips per year, and include pedestrian, bicyclist, and transit users. Current conditions at the Gap leave users with sub-standard and aging infrastructure, challenging intersections, and congested streets with fast-moving traffic. The Gap Closure Project addresses these issues by creating a separated pathway, and upgrading intersection safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. It is estimated that after construction, as many as 1.9 million users per year - including students from six schools within a mile of the project, transit users, elderly citizens, commuters and TOD residents would use the new facilities.
Central Marin Regional Pathways Gap Closure Project
Created 8/9/2018 Updated 8/9/2018