The Transportation Authority of Marin will host an open house for community members to view and discuss draft conceptual bridge designs for the Central Marin Ferry Connection project on November 29.
The purpose of the open house is to present and gain feedback on the draft conceptual bridge designs and the criteria that will be used to select the preferred design. TAM and their consultants will also present the project’s process, schedule and milestones.
The CMFC Project will create a new multi-use pathway following the County’s North-South Greenway, which is generally located within the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) right-of-way. The project is intended to further promote non-motorized commute alternatives and enhance recreational travel while providing safe, direct and convenient pedestrian/bicycle access between local transit facilities, schools, business centers and residential communities.
"The Project" will extend the Cal Park Hill Multi-Use Pathway to the south by constructing a new elevated crossing over Sir Francis Drake Boulevard (SFDB) with an access ramp leading down to an existing multi-use pathway connecting to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal as well as other destinations. The CMFC pathway will also be a convenient access location for non-motorized travelers destined for the future Larkspur SMART Station. Minor improvements to the existing multi-use pathway along SFDB from the Highway off-ramp to the Ferry Terminal will also be considered.
For more information on the project, contact Bill Whitney, Principal Project Delivery Manager with TAM at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 226-0823.