Northern Segment: Project Description

The Northern Segment of the North-South Greenway Gap Closure Project proposes replacing the existing narrow sidewalk along the US 101 Northbound off-ramp with a wider multi-use pathway, and will improve pedestrian and bicycle access along a section of Old Redwood Highway. This project will greatly enhance safety and accessibility of the North-South Greenway within the City of Larkspur. The north end of the project is on the north side of Corte Madera Creek at the touchdown of the Central Marin Ferry Connector (CMFC). The south end of the project is the entrance to the Greenbrae Pedestrian Overcrossing (POC) on the east side of Highway 101.

TAM has selected a well-qualified project team of transportation design professionals to provide environmental review and design services for the Northern Segment project. The planning/environmental review process is well underway, and the design process is expected to take approximately one year to complete. Interested stakeholders can follow project progress by visiting this website, or the TAM website.

Public Outreach

The project team hosted three public workshops and several stakeholder meetings seeking input on design goals, design alternatives, and the final proposed design. Input received from the community was integral to informing the design goals and overall conceptual design. To learn more about public outreach for the Northern Segment, view the Project Fact Sheet (updated October 2017).

Project Documents

March 21, 2016 Public Workshop

July 29, 2015 Public Workshop

April 6, 2015 Public Workshop


Project Contact
Bill Whitney, Project Manager
Transportation Authority of Marin
900 5th Street, #100
San Rafael, CA 94901
email: BWhitney@tam.ca.gov
phone: (415) 226-0823