PUBLIC INPUT SURVEY NOW AVAILABLE!
Please click here for the public input survey.
The survey will be available online until October 26th.
Meeting materials from the First Public Workshop can be downloaded below.
Southern Segment: Project Description
The Southern Segment of the North-South Greenway Gap Closure Project proposes placing a multi-use pathway to the south of Corte Madera Creek along the existing SMART railroad right of way. An alternative to using the SMART right of way would place a multi-use pathway along Old Redwood Highway (ORH). The pathway would then connect to the existing multi-use pathway at Wornum Drive. The pathway will enhance safety and accessibility for all user types within both the City of Larkspur and Town of Corte Madera, and will connect to the Northern Segment project to improve overall connectivity locally and regionally.
The County of Marin initiated work on the Southern Segment in 2016 with a qualified team of design and transportation professionals, some of whom are also working on the Northern Segment. Project construction is anticipated to begin in 2020, following the completion of planning, environmental review, detailed design, and right of way process. Interested stakeholders can continue to follow project progress on this website.
The First Public Workshop was held on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Workshop materials can be accessed through the following links:
- Public Input Survey (available online until October 26)
- Presentation Slides
- Environmental Constraints Study
If you are interested in receiving invitations to the public workshops, please sign up for the project email list.
R.J. Suokko, Senior Civil Engineer
County of Marin
3501 Civic Center Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
phone: (415) 473-4399