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Multi-Use Pathway – June 4, 2018

Posted on May 28, 2018


On Monday evening, the City Council will also consider authorizing a request to SMART to issue a change-order to facilitate construction of a multi-use pathway from Andersen Drive to Rice Drive. This is a very important north/south bicycle and pedestrian connector that will eventually connect downtown San Rafael to Larkspur. The project would be folded into SMART’s Larkspur extension construction and is estimated to cost $4.56 million, plus a contingency. The funding sources would come from the Transportation Authority of Marin, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the County of Marin, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and the City of San Rafael. We’ve also applied for a grant to help fund the second phase of the pathway, from Rice Drive to Second Street.

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