Building Marin’s Bicycle Infrastructure

The MCBC Road Program builds the support needed to identify, promote and fund bike and pedestrian improvements in Marin. Safety and connectivity between communities are the driving themes. We work closely with our public agency partners toward completing the North-South and East-West Greenways, Marin’s primary bicycle and pedestrian routes.

Our goal is for 20% of trips in Marin County to be made by walking or bicycling. To reach this goal, we work in partnership with our local town, city and County staff and public officials to implement these key strategic campaigns.

MCBC’s commitment to this vision has led us to keep the pressure on SMART to utilize Measure Q tax funds for the project as outlined.

Road News

Join Us at the MCBC Holiday Social on Thursday, December 7

Please join us in Fairfax on Thursday, December 7 at the 2017 MCBC/MMB Holiday Social, which will take place at the Marin Museum of Bicycling in Fairfax on Thursday, December 7. Gather, mingle and celebrate among the amazing displays of bicycle history and lore with libations and light appetizers.

Funding Boon for Bicycle Sharing In Marin

Earlier this month,the Metropolitan Transportation Commission approved $824,000 across Marin and Sonoma counties to fund bicycle sharing in the SMART train corridor. Expected to roll out in late 2018, the will provide a fleet of rugged, GPS-tagged utility bikes at Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit stations and key destinations in cities along the rail corridor