The Transportation Authority of Marin continues to sponsor a series of projects to close the gap in the non-motorized transportation network referred to as the “North/South Greenway”. Past project examples include the Puerto Suello Hill path in San Rafael, the CalPark Hill Tunnel path between Larkspur and San Rafael, and the Central Marin Ferry Connector (CMFC) Bridge and Path over Sir Francis Drake Blvd which is currently under construction. The next set of projects under development will create a multi-use path connecting the CMFC path with the existing multi-use paths at the corner of Old Redwood Highway and Wornum Drive in Corte Madera. This alignment will cross the Corte Madera Creek using the Caltrans highway structure and then traverse to the east towards the levee. Once it reaches the levee the path will continue south down to connect to the existings paths.
As we work with our partner agencies in the project area including SMART, Caltrans, the City of Larkspur, the Town of Corte Madera, and the County of Marin we prepared an implementation strategy that allows TAM staff to lead the development efforts for the "Northern Segment" and County staff to lead the development efforts for the “Southern Segment”. TAM appreciates the County’s willingness to accept the role of lead agency for the Southern Segment.
See Exhibit for the “Northern Segment” Alignment
View Project Information and Outreach Materials at our Project Website >>>>> www.nsgreenwaygapclosure.com
See Exhibit for the “Southern Segment” Alignment
Link to County Website for more information on Southern Segment
Southern Segment Northern Segment Path will be along the Railroad Tracks Improvements will be made to the walkway
Northern SegmentTransportation Authority of MarinBill Whitney, Principal Project Delivery ManagerPhone: 1-415-226-0823Email: email@example.com
Southern SegmentCounty of MarinErnest Klock, Principal Civil EngineerPhone: 1-415-473-6552Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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