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MILLER CREEK RD./LAS GALLINAS AVE. CORRIDOR STUDY
Last updated: May, 2013
The County of Marin Department of Public Works (DPW) conducted a study of potential improvements to the bicycle and pedestrian facilities along a portion of the North-South Bikeway network in Marinwood. This study was funded through the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program (NTPP) with a total budget of $80,000. A contract for consultant support for the corridor study was issued on January 12, 2010.
The study area included Miller Creek Road from the Highway 101 interchange to Las Gallinas Ave., and along Las Gallinas Ave. from Miller Creek Rd. to Cedar Hill Dr. just past Lucas Valley Rd. This is along a portion of the North-South Bikeway network in Marinwood that connects San Rafael and Novato via the Pacheco Path.
The County of Marin invited members of the public to participate throughout the development of the Study, and were to contact the Project Manager, Ms. Carey Lando (firstname.lastname@example.org or 415. 473. 5078).
Miller Creek Road/Las Gallinas Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Study Document
The Miller Creek Road/Las Gallinas Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Study is available for public review by clicking on the link below. Hard copies are also available as a resource document at the Marin County Civic Center and San Rafael Libraries, Marin County Department of Public Works, and the San Rafael Public Works Department.
Download the Miller Creek Road / Las Gallinas Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Study - Project Study Document [4.42 MB pdf]
Public Workshop #2
Public Workshop #2 was held on May 24, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in the Dixie Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room. The purpose of Public Workshop #2 was to present a range of conceptual improvements within the study area for the community's review and input. This was the last public workshop for this study. Materials presented at Public Workshop #2 are available below.
Public Workshop #1
Public Workshop #1 was held on March 31, 2010. Materials presented at Public Workshop #1 are available below.
The following reference documents are provided for information related to the corridor study:
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