|Project & Program Reports
Last updated January, 2014
Update, January 2014 - The County of Marin Department of Public Works recently completed the seventh annual nnual Count & Survey to find out how many people are walking and biking in Marin County. This effort collected data at 23 locations in the cities, town, and unincorporated areas of the county.
Previous Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts and Surveys:
CENTRAL MARIN FERRY CONNECTION USE PROJECTIONS (2013)
Update, January 2014 The Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) has recently completed a study looking at use projections and potential benefits of the first phase of the Central Marin Ferry Connection project which will extend the Cal Park Tunnel path from its current southern terminus to the south over Sir Francis Drake Boulevard on a new structure, connecting to the existing multiuse path that parallels Corte Madera Creek and provides access to the ferry terminal and Greenbrae. You can read the study here .
BIKE SHARING FEASIBILITY STUDY (2013)
The Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) completed a study looking at the feasibility of initiating a bicycle sharing program in Marin. The program would be similar to those launched in other places, including Paris, Minneapolis, Washington DC, and Boston. It would feature self-service, automated stations at various locations around the county where one could obtain a bicycle, ride it to their destination, and return it to the same or another station. The bicycles are designed for around-town types of trips, featuring baskets and racks to carry things as opposed to longer-distance touring bicycles such as those rented by Blazing Saddles in San Francisco which are targeted exclusively toward tourists. You can read the study on the TAM website.ALEXANDER AVENUE/FORT BAKER CORRIDOR STUDY (2012)
The National Park Service (Golden Gate National Recreation Area) conducted a corridor analysis through Fort Baker between the Golden Gate Bridge and the Sausalito city limits, focusing on Alexander Avenue and connections to Fort Baker from Vista Point. The study considers a range of options to improve access for pedestrians and bicyclists. View the study here.
WAY TO GO! PROGRAM REPORTS
2009 - Larkspur and Novato were the focus of the 2009 Way to Go! program, which distributed walking and bicycling materials to nearly 1000 residents in the program target areas. 2009 Full Report (0.9 MB) [pdf]
2008 - In 2008, Sausalito was home to the first year of Way to Go!, a program to help residents leave the car at home and walk, bicycle, and take transit more. 2008 Full Report (0.9 MB) [pdf]
WALKBIKEMARIN OUTREACH REPORTS
2011 WalkBikeMarin Programs Final Report (10.32 MB) [pdf]
2008 BICYCLE PARKING SURVEY
This report summarizes the outcome of surveys conducted at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal, San Rafael Transit Center, various Park and Ride lots, and of cyclists to evaluate the need for additional bicycle parking at these facilities.
Full Report (1.0 MB) [pdf]
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