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The following documents provide additional information on the WalkBikeMarin initiative as well as links to other resources. For current project and program activity, visit the Projects and Programs page. Information on biking and walking can be found on the "I Want to Walk and Bike" page.

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ENGINEERING SERVICES REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

The County of Marin is seeking Statements of Qualifiations from professional engineering firms for the design and/or construction management of various bicycle, pedestrian, and other infrastructure projects throughout the county, including some in incorporated cities.  View the RFQ package here

 

Pilot and Partner Agencies

Projects and Programs

All project / program fact sheets

Project News

Mill Valley/Corte Madera

Las Gallinas/Miller Creek

San Rafael-Fairfax Corridor Study

Greenbrae/101 Corridor Study (Central Marin Ferry Connection)

Policies and Plans

Unincorporated Area Plan

City and Town Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans

Regional Bicycle Plan

Other Bicycle Plans

Active Planning Projects

Procurement/RFPs

NTPP Resource Documents

Other Resources

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Pilot and Partner Agencies

Partner Agencies

Other Pilot Program Communities and Activities

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MILL VALLEY/CORTE MADERA CORRIDOR STUDY

In July 2008, the County of Marin made a request for proposals (RFP) for the Mill Valley/Corte Madera Corridor Study. This project will study the three potential alternative routes between Mill Valley and Corte Madera, including (1) the Horse Hill/Alto Hill Pathway and connecting roadways, (2) reopening the Alto Tunnel for bike/ped use and (3) the Camino Alto/Corte Madera Ave on-street route.

Background Information:
  • NTPP Project Factsheet [ pdf ]
  • Alto Tunnel Scoping Study Volume I [ pdf ]
  • Alto Tunnel Scoping Study Volume II [ pdf ]
  • Alto Tunnel Scoping Study Existing Profile [ tif ]
  • Mill Valley City Council Alto Tunnel Support Resolution [ pdf ]
  • Corte Madera Town Council Alto Tunnel Support Resolution
    [ pdf ]

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 Policies and Plans

Unincorporated Area Plan

MARIN COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREA BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN

The Marin County Unincorporated Area Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on March 25, 2008. The plan is the framework for the development of the bicycle and pedestrian network in the unincorporated areas of the county. Each city has its own master plan, which can be viewed on the Background Documents page (link below)

  • Entire Plan (10.6Mb - large file) [ pdf ]
  • Design Guidelines [ pdf ]

INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS (smaller file sizes)

  • Text Only [ pdf ]
  • Existing Network Maps [ pdf ]
  • Proposed Network Maps [ pdf ]
  • Numbered Bike Routes Maps [ pdf ]
  • Bay Trail Network Maps [ pdf ]

City and Town Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans

Other Area Bicycle Plans

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Procurement / RFPs

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NTPP Resource Documents

CONGRESSIONAL LEGISLATION (SAFETEA-LU)

Read the full enabling legislation (section 1807 of SAFETEA-LU)

INTERIM REPORT TO CONGRESS ON THE NONMOTORIZED TRANSPORTATION PILOT PROGRAM

As a demonstration project, the NTPP program is extensively documenting its activities, research and outcomes. An interim report to Congress has been prepared which establishes baseline information for all four NTPP communities and discusses planned activities for the program. A final report to Congress on the outcomes will be prepared in 2011. You can view the interim report here.

SUMMARY OF 2007 BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN COUNTS AND SURVEYS

In September, 2007, counts and surveys of bicyclists and pedestrians were conducted at 22 locations throughout the urbanized area of the county. The outcomes of these counts and surveys are analyzed in the report, which compares the recent counts with those conducted in 1999. These counts and surveys also serve as a baseline for identical counts and surveys which will be conducted in 2010, at the conclusion of the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program by which time the infrastructure projects and the outreach and education programs will have been completed.

The report is available in two Acrobat PDF files: the full report, which includes all information and graphics and which is a large file (recommended only for broadband connections), and a version without the maps in the appendix (much smaller file size).

  • Full Report (9.3Mb) [pdf]
  • Report without appendix maps [pdf]

 Board of Supervisors Hearing

  • April 17, 2007 Board Letter with Recommendations [ pdf ]
  • Advisory Committee Recommendations Report (summary) [ pdf ]
  • Adopted Primary, Local/Feeder, and Planning Projects Map [ pdf ]
  • List of adopted projects and programs [pdf]

Advisory Committee

  • Advisory Committee Recommendations Report (full report - very large file recommended only for broadband connections) [ pdf ]
  • Advisory Committee Recommendations (without appendices - smaller file) [ pdf ]
  • View Advisory Committee Archive
Public Informational Materials

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Other Resources

 






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