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Mark Hansen Joins MCBC Staff

“I look forward to a future where bicycles are a meaningful and critical aspect of transportation in any urban space, from smaller towns to dense cities, with no hurdles for those able and willing to ride. The Bay Area is increasingly prioritizing bikes as a healthy means of transportation, and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

MCBC Road Program Update

MCBC’s Road Program builds the support needed to identify, promote, and fund bike and pedestrian improvements in Marin, with safety and connectivity between communities as the driving themes.

MCBC Off-Road Program Update

The MCBC Off-Road Program launched in 2012 and is built on three guiding principles: education, environmental stewardship, and expanded opportunities for mountain biking. We continue to create measurable results and plan for continued success.

Eldridge Grade Temporary Trail/Access Road Closure

An ongoing project on Eldrige Grade above Phoenix Lake will remove and dispose of landslide debris. There will be ongoing road closures around the construction zone during the project, expected to be completed January 2018.

Comments Needed Today on Azalea Hill CEQA document

ACTION ALERT: MCBC identified Azalea Hill as a major gap in Marin’s trail network in 2011. MMWD has prepared a multi-faceted project which will enhance recreation and reduce impacts on the environment. We need your support for this 3 GAPS Project today!

China Camp – Progress on the Shoreline Trail

A big MCBC Thank You! to the 35 volunteers who worked on the Shoreline Trail repair job at China Camp State Park last week. Thanks to their efforts we are finally close to getting the trail open again.

Help Shape Marin’s Transportation Vision

Input needed for TAM’s Strategic Vision Plan to provide high-level direction for transportation investments in Marin County. This a critical opportunity to call for continued investments in our bicycle network. Comments should be submitted to marinvision@tam.ca.gov no later than Friday, September 22.