Save the Date! Please Attend Public Meeting: Voice Your Support for a Safer Magnolia Avenue

When: Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 PM

Where: TBD – Details to Follow for Those Interested in Attending (See Below)

After months of analysis, City of Larkspur staff will provide City Council with an informational update on the Bon Air Bridge Replacement Project, which includes a mitigation measure that calls for buffered bike lanes on Magnolia Avenue between Dartmouth Drive and Bon Air Road.

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Left: The existing southbound conditions. Right: The northbound side of Magnolia Avenue has been temporarily striped to demonstrate the proposed changes. 

Although no Council decision will be made at the meeting, it is important that project supporters are seen and heard from. MCBC encourages community members in the Kentfield, Larkspur, and Corte Madera areas to attend in support of this highly important project, which closes a critical low-stress bicycling gap without inducing any adverse traffic impacts.

Please submit your email address here if you plan on attending the meeting.

MCBC will send more information about the project prior to the meeting. In the meantime, you can learn more about the project by visiting the City’s project page.

 

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